Thank you worldwide Events that affect almost everyone on the planet, many of us now work from home some, if not all, of the week. This has certain benefits, unless you really like your commute, but it also makes it more difficult to keep the line between work and everything else.
We specifically discuss notices outside office hours, no matter what those notices are. Think about emails from your boss or mentions in your company’s Slack channel or incoming edits to files: if you stay alert for these types of events around the clock, you will never escape your work.
At best, you will find that your leisure and relaxation time is interrupted by distracting signals; at worst, they will pull you to complete a task or follow up on a job that can wait until tomorrow (or after the weekend). If you don’t receive the notification, you don’t know what you missed-in the best way. This is how to set it up.
Before you enter the available settings on your phone and laptop, check the apps you use most for work: they may have some configuration options of their own to ensure that they remain quiet at certain times of the day (or during the week). Some days.) If you can set up some key applications in this way, you may not have to worry about any other settings.
Take Slack as an example.Open Slack on the web, click on your profile picture in the upper right corner, and select Likes. exist notify Tab, and completely disable notifications (your superiors may not be happy), you can use Allow notification Settings under Notification schedule Only allow alarms at certain times of the day. You can even set specific times for different days.
Maybe your workplace may prefer Microsoft Teams to Slack. You can’t set working hours in Teams, but you can at least customize the channels through which notifications are received and which devices they are sent to-for example, you can turn off the alarms on your phone while keeping them on your laptop.To configure all available options, go to Settings etc., set up, with notify.