We’re all accustomed to the Do Not Disturb characteristic on our iPhones since they’re with us for many of the day and typically spend the evening subsequent to the mattress. But Apple way back added Do Not Disturb to the Mac as effectively, and it’s helpful for muting your Mac at evening to remove pointless noises and for stopping undesirable notifications throughout displays. In System Preferences > Notifications > Do Not Disturb, you may inform macOS to show the characteristic on throughout particular occasions, when the show is sleeping or locked, and when mirroring to a different display. Or, you may activate Do Not Disturb manually—you would possibly wish to do that when giving a presentation with Zoom or one other videoconferencing app. In macOS 10.15 Catalina and earlier, do that in Notification Center by clicking it at the far proper of the menu bar, scrolling up, and enabling the Do Not Disturb change. In macOS 11 Big Sur, you discover Do Not Disturb in Control Center.
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