Floating bubble text stays on-screen a long time.

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muuu

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For some reason these "popup text bubbles" stays on screen for about 60sec(Don't know there name, so it's hard finding related search results).
They're supposed to go away way faster(~5-15sec?).

I can't find a way to revert it, so do any of you know whats going on?

This behavior has persisted on two phones(Both running android 11).
I've imported my settings using my google account to the new phone.

The new phone:
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Video from the old phone:
 
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For some reason these "popup text bubbles" stays on screen for about 60sec(Don't know there name, so it's hard finding related search results).
They're supposed to go away way faster(~5-15sec?).

I can't find a way to revert it, so do any of you know whats going on?

This behavior has persisted on two phones(Both running android 11).
I've imported my settings using my google account to the new phone.

The new phone: View attachment 5652985


Video from the old phone:
It is an accessibility setting, follow the page linked below to find the "Time to take action" setting and change the value to the preferred time you want.

Droidriven

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For some reason these "popup text bubbles" stays on screen for about 60sec(Don't know there name, so it's hard finding related search results).
They're supposed to go away way faster(~5-15sec?).

I can't find a way to revert it, so do any of you know whats going on?

This behavior has persisted on two phones(Both running android 11).
I've imported my settings using my google account to the new phone.

The new phone: View attachment 5652985


Video from the old phone:
It is an accessibility setting, follow the page linked below to find the "Time to take action" setting and change the value to the preferred time you want.

 
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Willjoe2442

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Disable Bubble Notification On Android For Specific Apps​

Step 1. Grab your phone or tab (Android) and swipe down from the top of the screen once or twice.

Step 2. Tap on the Settings icon to open your device’s Settings menu.

Step 3. Now, scroll down until you find “Apps and Notifications.” Tap on it.

Step 4. Tap the message that says “See all X apps.” You will find icons of three apps installed on your device on top of the phone screen and this message under it. And ‘X’ is basically, the total number of apps you have on your device.

Step 5. From the list of apps, select the app for which you don’t want to use Bubbles.

Step 6. Then, in the app window, tap “Notifications” and then, select “Bubbles.”

Step 7. Next, tap on the button that says “Nothing can bubble.”

This will stop sending you a Bubble for every message you receive in that app.


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Willjoe
 

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    For some reason these "popup text bubbles" stays on screen for about 60sec(Don't know there name, so it's hard finding related search results).
    They're supposed to go away way faster(~5-15sec?).

    I can't find a way to revert it, so do any of you know whats going on?

    This behavior has persisted on two phones(Both running android 11).
    I've imported my settings using my google account to the new phone.

    The new phone: View attachment 5652985


    Video from the old phone:
    It is an accessibility setting, follow the page linked below to find the "Time to take action" setting and change the value to the preferred time you want.