In this fast-paced digital world, it pays to keep yourself updated with everything happening around you – in real time! An important message from your boss, an inspirational tweet from your icon or a funny Facebook post of your loved one ought to be accessed instantly, oughtn’t they?

What if you are busy working on your Windows PC and don’t want to use your Android phone during the work but wish to access all the latest updates right from your computer?

Fortunately, there is a way to sync all your notifications to your Windows 10 PC using Cortana – the excellent personal assistant.

How to Sync Notifications from Android to Windows 10

How to Sync Notifications from Android to Windows 10 with Cortana

Step #1. First up, you have to download and install Cortana app on your Android device from Google Play store.

Step #2. Launch Cortana app on your phone.

Launch Cortana app on your Android phone

Step #3. Now, you need to tap on the hamburger menu at the top left corner. then, Tap on Settings.

Tap on the hamburger menu, Then Tap on Settings

Step #4. Finally, you have to tap on Sync Notifications and enable the notifications which you wish to access on your Windows 10 PC.

tap on Sync Notifications and enable the notifications on Windows 10 PC

You have got the option to enable all sorts of notifications. As for instance, you can get alerts about missed call, incoming message, low battery. Moreover, it allows you to choose apps which notifications you wish to sync.

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If you want to enable app notifications sync, choose which apps you want alerts from. From now onwards, your notifications will be listed under your smartphone’s name in the header.

Enable app notifications sync, choose which apps you want alerts

Incoming messages, as well as missed calls, are actionable. You will be able to reply to any message right from your PC.

There is a default message called “I’ll get back to you soon,” which you can edit as per need.

What do you think of Cortana? How much do you use it on your Android device? Share your feedback with on comments below or Facebook,Twitter, and Google Plus.