Do not disturb is essential for a bit of downtime from Android, social media, work, games, and screens in general, it does everyone a world of good touching grass from time to time. Handsets have all sorts of features to help regulate screen time, such as reports on the handset and app usage and eye care features that remove blue light in the evenings. It’s unbelievable how much handsets and technology manipulate our behaviors.
Crawling back out of the rabbit hole, do not disturb comes in handy for those private and professional moments you need to concentrate on. No one wants to be the one phone call or message notification in a silent room unless you feel like it is necessary to break the tension of course.
Do Not Disturb
Here’s how to turn Do Not Disturb on, alongside a brief overview of some settings available to you. The following steps are being illustrated on a Google Pixel 5 running Android 12, but the general options and steps will be similar if using a different device. For the best version of Android, click here to check out the Google Pixel 5. Also, here’s how to get Android 12 at the time of writing.
Do Not Disturb Features
From selecting important people who can disturb your calls to important apps that can push notifications, there are a few variables you can choose from. Have a play-around to find the features that work best for you.
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