From time to time, we all need a break from our mobile devices. Whether it is a break from answering too many phone calls or taking too many text messages, we need a break. And we haven’t even mentioned the notifications from all your social media and email accounts. So review this article to see if you can use any of the four simple ways to let your mobile device be more of a personal assistant screening calls and messages for you rather than being Pavlov ringing the bell and you responding to it.
PS…did you read this article first thing this morning? Or did you read my tip last night and put off checking it until your first or second break?
Source: 4 ways to turn off annoying notifications on your Android phone or iPhone
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