Are you getting iMessage, WhatsApp, Slack, Teams, and other app notifications even when your iPhone is in Do Not Disturb (DND) mode? It can happen because of allowed apps added as exceptions to Focus modes.
Follow this quick guide to fix this issue and stop apps from notifying you during Do Not Disturb mode.
You shouldn't receive all phone calls, FaceTime calls, or third-party calls when your iPhone is in Do Not Disturb (DND) or any Focus mode. However, if you're getting call notifications even in DND, Sleep Focus, or other Focus modes, here are the solutions to fix this.
Focus mode lets you silence alerts and notifications so that you can focus on other tasks. When a Focus mode is active, it shows an icon in the top status bar and Lock Screen. You can customize this icon with one of 38 symbols such as smiling emoji, books, graduation cap, home, train, fire, bulb, sunset, heart, star, guitar, and more.
Here's how to show an emoji on the top of your iPhone screen.
iOS 15 made several improvements to the iPhone’s native Do Not Disturb feature, essentially rebranding it as “Focus” and adding new features. So we would understand if you feel like you’re missing out while using a jailbroken iOS 14 device.
WhatsApp for iPhone now supports Focus mode on iOS 15, as well as contacts' profile photos in the notification banner and the ability to pause and resume voice recordings.
One of the significant upgrades we see in iOS & iPadOS 15 is Focus, which is essentially an upgraded version of the handy Do Not Disturb feature with powerful settings so that users can filter incoming notifications to just those that suit their current activities.
Focus Mode, one of iOS 15's headline new features, is Do Not Disturb (DND) on steroids. Too bad iOS 15 lacks the old setting to only permit notifications when iPhone is unlocked.
Focus mode is a new feature in iOS 15 which lets you focus on your work, sleep, or any other activity. The feature adds a more personal and customizable touch to the Do Not Disturb mode. It also works across iOS, iPadOS, and macOS 12 Monterey. If you've installed the iOS 15 beta on your iPhone, then you can test out the new Focus mode.
Do Not Disturb (DND) is a handy feature that lets you keep yourself from being notified when you want some quiet, peaceful time. It does so by silencing all call, text, and app notifications on your iPhone or iPad.
However, there are times when you want peace from all apps and notifications but don't mind getting call or text notifications from a select few people.
In this tutorial, we show you how to exclude certain contacts from the Do Not Disturb feature in iOS. After that, you will get their calls even during times your iPhone is in Do Not Disturb Focus mode.