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Best Practice for Notifications?

When I was off work yesterday, I kept receiving message notifications on my phone from Teams. I'd like to enjoy my evening with my family and not have to worry about these notifications, but I don't want to erase the app off of my phone completely. Is there any way I can adjust my notifications to work hours? Is there a way to set up some sort of 'Do Not Disturb' Mode?

Thank you for your help :)

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@MartinCart_75 
For time-triggered "do not disturb"-settings you may want to use the according settings on your Smartphone.
The "do not disturb"-Settings of Webex-Teams are explained here:
https://help.webex.com/en-us/njzs6wl/Webex-Teams-Let-People-Know-You-re-Busy

kind regards
Fritz

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@MartinCart_75 
For time-triggered "do not disturb"-settings you may want to use the according settings on your Smartphone.
The "do not disturb"-Settings of Webex-Teams are explained here:
https://help.webex.com/en-us/njzs6wl/Webex-Teams-Let-People-Know-You-re-Busy

kind regards
Fritz

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On top of what Fritz said, you can also manage notifications settings globally or for individual spaces.

For example, I set up my mobile app to only notify me when I'm @ mentioned, which helps quiet down the excess notifications. If there's a particularly noisy space you're a part of, you can also just turn notifications off for that specific space.

You can find more info on the various control options you have here: https://help.webex.com/en-us/ng7w8cj/Webex-Teams-Tips-for-Managing-Notifications 

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