I have a basic Node application that occasionally shows toast notifications using gulp-notify. If two or three get sent within a brief period of time, the first shows for the full five seconds, then it hides while the second shows for the full 5 seconds, and so on. So if there are three within a brief period, the third won't show for a full 10 seconds.

Is it possible to have the 2nd, 3rd...Nth toast notification just start stacking vertically on top of / on the bottom of the prior one? That was the behavior of Windows 8.1; is there a way to get Windows 10 to behave the same? I've looked through the notifications settings and I can't find anything at all.

  • Did you find the answer?
    – Steven
    Jun 11, 2016 at 21:32
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    @Stephen - nope, sorry Jun 12, 2016 at 1:44
  • Alright, odd that windows doesn't give the option...oh well we can always use growl
    – Steven
    Jun 12, 2016 at 2:38


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