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Do Not Disturb Settings

Your iPad is trying to get your attention. It beeps and rings with notifications, FaceTime calls, messages, and event alarms. In fact, it might be hard to have it nearby when trying to sleep or enjoying some time “offline.”

Do Not Disturb is a mode where your iPad quiets down. Most audible alerts are silenced. You can set your iPad to enter this mode manually with the Do Not Disturb settings, or set a predefined block of time each day.

  1. Tap the Settings icon on the Home screen.

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  2. Tap Do Not Disturb on the left.
  3. You can turn on Do Not Disturb mode manually with this switch.
  4. Tap Scheduled for Do Not Disturb mode to automatically start and end at a specific time. For instance, you can set it to start at 10 p.m. and end at 7 a.m. so you aren’t disturbed while sleeping.
  5. Tap here to use time and date controls to set the start and end times.
  6. Tap Allow Calls From to allow FaceTime calls and messages from specific people by selecting a group in your contacts list.
  7. Turn on Repeated Calls so that someone can reach you in an emergency by calling twice within three minutes.
  8. Do Not Disturb can work at all times, or only when you have your iPad locked. Tap the desired setting so that a blue checkmark appears next to it.

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