How to Mute Messages on Mac

No one likes to be disturbed at work. And one of the most annoying things, when you’re at work, is the ringing tone when unimportant messages come in. It’s so annoying to the point where you felt like muting it, right?

Fortunately, Apple has made it easy for its users to mute messages on Mac. How to do it, then? Find out in this article.

How to mute any incoming messages

If you want to mute all incoming messages, you can follow the following steps:

  • Go to “System Preferences” on your Mac.
  • Click “Notifications”, then choose “Message”.
  • You then can uncheck the option to “Play sound for notifications” to entirely mute any incoming message notification.

How to mute messages from a certain individual

However, if you only want to mute messages from one particular individual, you can use this method instead:

  • Open “iMessage” on your Mac.
  • Select the person or group chat you want to mute.
  • At the top of the window, click “Details”.
  • Finally, turn on the “Do Not Disturb” option.

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