I really value my sleep time. All the devices that I use are well aware of this. For some time this was problematic, but the “Do Not Disturb” feature has been in iOS since the 6th version, in OS X since the release of Mountain Lion.
But even today, not everyone knows that the mode can be configured to automatically turn on and off at a convenient time for you. As a result, every night the device will go into “silent” mode by itself. Let’s see how it works on macOS.
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Turn On Do Not Disturb on Mac
- Open System Preferences on your Mac.
- Click on the Notifications;
- Select the Do Not Disturb menu in the left column and check the box next to Enable Do Not Disturb. Specify a suitable time;
- Configure advanced options. With the Do Not Disturb feature enabled, you can choose some specific mode;
- To disable the “Do Not Disturb” function on Mac, manually click on the notification center icon in the status bar, and then scroll up until the switch with the corresponding inscription appears.
Done! Do Not Disturb is also configured on your Mac. Now the computer will block all incoming notifications at the specified time – even when Mac is in sleep mode or in the image output mode on the big screen.