Android has the “do not disturb” mode, a very easy option to use at different times of the day from the mobile device.
With Android ‘s “do not disturb” mode , people can prevent less essential notifications, such as sounds or other things that make the user uncomfortable, as well as stop a device from vibrating. This tool is normally used at bedtime or in a business meeting.
With this method, you can set exceptions unlike Airplane mode, which completely turns off wireless connections. But how to configure it?
Set Do Not Disturb Mode
Do Not Disturb mode is created to turn off all the sounds, notifications and calls of what the user wants. This can be programmed so that it can be activated or deactivated automatically at certain times of the day. Although, by default of the tool, all calls, messages and other apps are deactivated, it can be configured so that you can have exceptions, either calls from contacts, who can make a call at any time of the day as well as from emergency.
Here is the step to turn Do Not Disturb mode off or back on.
Swipe down from the top of the screen on an Android phone. Then you need to look for the “Do not disturb” option.
In addition, with the voice command you can request this option from the Google Assistant, just by telling it to silence the phone.