There’s nothing worse than suddenly receiving a message that needs your attention while you’re doing something. Many apps, like Google Chat, let you change your status to Do Not Disturb, but remember to change it each time.
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Today, Google announced a new feature that allows you to automatically enable “Do Not Disturb” status without your having to constantly think about it.
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In our next update, Google Chat will allow you to: Setting good night mode, to be active at the times you choose. This way, you don’t have to do anything, the app will automatically notify your contacts that you don’t want to bother them, and mute notifications if they talk to you.
Google Chat now lets you limit the amount of time you don’t want to be disturbed. If you click an option to change your status and select “do not disturb”, you can choose between 30 minutes and 24 hours or impose a specific date and time. only useful. For example, what if you don’t want to be disturbed from 1:00 pm tomorrow? That’s where the new features come in.
You can create a few records of when you don’t want to be disturbed and choose the days of the week. For example, it is very convenient to put it from Monday to Friday. at lunch time, so that notifications do not distract us. Alternatively, you can avoid all work messages because you’re interested in weekends. The possibilities are much greater than before.
This new feature applies to both the Google Chat app for Android and the web version, and applies to all users with a Google Account. This is not limited to users with professional or corporate accounts.
This is a feature that every messaging app should implement. A lot has been said about the need to disconnect from your mobile and stop spending all day waiting for notifications. Features like this go a long way in helping you stop receiving messages when you don’t want them.
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