Volvo XC90: Handling messages in the center display - DISPLAYS AND VOICE CONTROLVolvo XC90: Handling messages in the center display

Messages in the center display are handled in the center display's views.

Volvo XC90. Handling messages in the center display

Example of message in the center display's Top view.

Some messages in the center display have a button (or several buttons in a pop-up message) to e.g. activate/deactivate a function related to the message.

Handling new messages

For messages with buttons:

  • Tap the button to perform the action or let the message automatically time-out after a short period.
    • The message will disappear from the status bar.

For messages without buttons:

  • Close the message by tapping it or let the message automatically time-out after a short period.
    • The message will disappear from the status bar.

Messages that need to be saved are stored in Top view in the center display.

Messages in the center display
The center display shows messages in certain circumstances to inform or assist the driver. Example of message in the center display's Top view. Messages with lower priority for the driver are shown in ...

Handling messages saved from the center display
Messages saved from the instrument panel and center displays are handled in the center display. Examples of saved messages and possible selections in Top view. Messages that have been shown in the center ...

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