You can set up a feature called Focus that enables you to select the alerts and notifications you receive and let other people know you’re busy as long as you have iOS 15 or newer. This can assist you in avoiding being interrupted when attempting to work, sleep, or drive due to all of your phone’s notifications.
Select settings like “Do Not Disturb,” “Personal,” “Sleep,” or “Work.”
Choose whether to accept or reject notifications from people and apps. This way, you’ll still be informed if your kid or boss is calling.
You can also enable time-sensitive app notifications, allowing notifications to be sent by apps that are not on your approved list.
Focus may be activated by swiping downward from the top-right corner of your home screen.
People who try to send you a message will see that you have disabled notifications when you are on Focus, but they can still opt to inform you if it is urgent because your status is automatically displayed in your Messages app.
Additionally, Focus will be immediately deployed across all of your Apple devices that are signed in with the same Apple ID, whether they be an iPad, Apple Watch, or any other Apple device.