Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Blocking notifications with "quiet hours", part of Windows 10: Tips and Tricks.
- Have you ever been working away…and notifications start popping up…maybe reminding you of an event…you have scheduled in your Calendar…or telling you that you have new email…from somebody in Outlook?…Well, those notifications can be turned off…when you do not want to be disturbed.…It's called quiet hours.…We're going to take a look at that now,…as well as some other options…for working with notifications.…First, we'll go down to the bottom right-hand corner…and click the Action Center icon.…When you click that, you'll see…if you have any tips…or notifications showing up on the list.…
But down below you'll see some tiles,…some quick action tiles…where you can do things like,…there it is, turn on quiet hours.…Give it a click.…With that turned on, those notifications…you see popping up while you're working…will be suppressed.…They'll be gathered up here in the Action Center…so you can go to them later.…But it's a great way to work undisturbed.…So you just click in the background…to continue working without seeing those notifications.…
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