“Do Not Disturb Mode” is a mode that lets you control which type of notifications and alerts you want to get at specific times. This feature was first named “Blocking Mode” but then changed to “Do Not Disturb” starting from Android 5.0 and higher.
In this guide I will show you how to get most out of this awesome mode!
Enabling Do Not Disturb Mode:
To enable this mode, simply navigate to Settings > Sounds & Notifications > Do Not Disturb.
Notice the mode’s icon at the top left corner of the status bar.
Settings up Different Settings
Normally when you enable this mode it will mute all alarms, messages, and calls but you can add exceptions for the one you like to receive notification from.
Tapping on “Allow exception” will open up another screen at which you can specify the ones you need.
You can add the following to your exception list
4. Reminders from S Planner app.
5. Apps notification.
For Calls and Messages you can specify the people you want to get messages or calls from (All, Contacts or favorite contacts).
Blocking/Unblocking Apps Notification
You can also allow or disallow all apps from pushing notifications. All you need to do is to do 2 easy steps as shown below.
1. Tap on “Application Notification” and choose your app.
2. A new screen will show up at which you can either block or allow the app to send notifications. Tap on “Set as Priority” to allow the app.
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