Use the Do No Disturb status. The Do Not Disturb status eliminates distracting notifications when you are not at work, in an important meeting, or generally do not want to be disturbed.
To set your status to Do Not Disturb
Your presence status will be updated (red circle with a line through it) and a message is displayed in the menu that indicates that Do not disturb is active.
While in Do Not Disturb mode, all Amazon Chime notifications will be suppressed across all devices. This includes app badge notifications, toasts, and mobile push notifications for messages and meetings.
Do Not Disturb will not change your ability to read and reply to messages within Chime, and badge counters will continue to increment in your lists of Chime chat rooms and conversations.
Other users will be notified of your status with a new presence icon and associated tool tip. If they attempt to message you while you are in Do Not Disturb, they will see a blue notification banner letting them know you are not currently receiving notifications.
When you turn off Do Not Disturb, Amazon Chime will resume sending notifications. Notifications missed while on Do Not Disturb will not be 'replayed', but badge counts will reflect all unread messages, including those that were missed while in Do Not Disturb mode.
NOTE: If you use the Private status, please first change your status from Do not disturb to Automatic and then to Private.
View the Amazon Chime User, Administration Guide and API Reference on the AWS Documentation site.
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