Being a part of a group chat and being bombarded with messages when working can be a true nightmare. Having your phone randomly beep on you right in the middle of something important can be super annoying, so why not learn how to auto-mute group chat notifications?
Since Android is awesome, all you need is an app called Mutifier, which is just the right name for what you will be using it for. By making sure that you get beeps of the first group notification and then automatically silencing the rest that follows, this app will be the savior you have been searching for.
Step 1: Download the Multifier App
Helping you to auto-mute group chat notifications and keep the constant notification chimes away is what the Mutifier was made for. This awesome app is available on the Google Play Store for free and does not require root access. However, you will need a device running Android 5.0 Lollipop or higher for Multifier to work properly.
Step 2: Enable Notification Access for the App
The first time you launch the Mutifier app, it will ask you to grant it Notification Access, so tap on “OK “. You will be redirected to the Notification access menu, so press the toggle switch next to the Mutifier app icon and tap on “Allow”.
Now that you have granted the Mutifier app the required permissions to handle your device notifications, head back to the app and set intervals.
Step 3: Set Interval to Auto-Mute Group Chat Notifications
Essentially how the app works is that it mutes your notifications for a specified interval of time after you are notified about the first message. This way, the app keeps you aware of the notifications without constantly bombarding you with sounds and vibrations.
Now, to set the time interval for which the Mutifier app will silence your notifications, use the dial to choose a number of seconds. Once you have chosen the right amount of time, press the box “check to activate” and you are all set.
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