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How to set your iPhone Do Not Disturb settings
, How to win a US visa lottery, Frederick Nuetei
Do Not Disturb is a helpful iPhone setting for periods when you do not want to be interrupted, such as meetings, formal events or at night. This setting only has an effect if your iPhone is locked.
You can schedule Do Not Disturb to repeat at the same time each day, and to set exceptions for certain types of calls to ring through. Understanding Do Not Disturb can help you prevent your iPhone from making unwanted disruptions in your day-to-day life. Thankfully, it’s easy to enjoy the positive parts of Do Not Disturb while still ensuring those important calls come through.
Set up Do Not Disturb
There are two ways to set up Do Not Disturb on your iPhone: turning it on and off one time, or having it turn on and off on a schedule. To turn it on just once, you can swipe up on your iPhone and press the moon button. When you’re ready to turn it off, just click the moon button again.
To have Do Not Disturb stick to a schedule, you’ll need to go to your settings and scroll down to Do Not Disturb. Here, you’ll have an option to schedule it to turn on and off at whatever time you’d like.
Make your exceptions
You might want to make exceptions to Do Not Disturb, like I do for my roommate and my immediate family members. To do that, you’ll want to first decide who should and should not make the list. Is it really important for all of your friends to be able to contact you while your Do Not Disturb is on? That’s your call!
Open the contact card
The first step you’ll have to take is to open up the contact card of the people you want to be able to contact you even when your Do Not Disturb is on.
Click “Edit” on the contact you choose. This will allow you to change anything about the contact, including their name, number, notes, and, yes, even bypassing a Do Not Disturb order.
Next, you’ll scroll down and click “ringtone.” You’ll see an option at the very top labeled “Emergency Bypass,” which allows sounds and vibrations from that contact even when Do Not Disturb is on.
It’s important to note here, that it bypasses everything. That means if you don’t have Do Not Disturb on but your ring switch is set to silent, sounds and vibrations will still come through from this person. Once you’re all set, you’ll click “Done.” Voila! Now, you won’t be disturbed — except by the people you want to be disturbed by.