For many Mac users, notifications are useful and welcomed. They allow you not to miss anything that may or may not be important, but there are times when you wish that the notifications would just leave you alone. Fortunately, turning them off is pretty simple.
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Here are the steps disable a notification for an app on macOs:
Step 1: Click on the Apple icon from the top Menu-bar of on your Mac and then click on the System Preference option in the drop-down menu.
Step 2: Now, select Notifications icon
Step 3: Notifications panel will list all apps that are installed on your system. Select an app from the column on the left, and in the pane on the right, select the ‘None’ option to disable notifications for that particular app.
Step 4: Once you have done the disabled app will show an indication i.e turned to grey.
How to Activate Do Not Disturb on MacOs
Do Not Disturb can be activated in the Notification center. It allows you to disable notifications for a particular purpose.
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To enable Do Not Disturb, locate the Notification Center
Then toggle the Do Not Disturb. By doing this, the section will turn blue indicating that Do Not Disturb is active.
The Do Not Disturb can either be set for selected people, apps, or a particular time. All at your discretion.
Do Not Disturb can be activated while driving as well. Just click on Focus and toggle the Driving section.
Also, while sleeping, you can activate Do Not Disturb against particular people. This is necessary for your mental health.
By now you should be able to disable and enable notifications for a particular app on your macOS. Please, note that no feature allows you to disable all Notifications at once on macOS just like other iOS devices.