When you're busy, you can hide emails, messages, and appointments more thoroughly with iOS 16.

iPhone's Focus mode, a supercharged version of Do Not Disturb, gains new contextual capabilities with iOS 16.

Over the last year, Focus mode has become an integral part of life for users who want to separate work from life or for specific activities. 

With Focus Filters, you can automatically hide particular messages or emails when a Focus mode is engaged, and you can automate the process.

Messages, emails, Safari tabs, and calendar appointments from your work accounts are automatically hidden when you enable a Focus mode, such as Sleep or Workout.

Not only will it mute notifications of incoming messages, but when you open the apps, the conversations or messages will disappear.

( Note: This feature is in the iOS 16 update, which is in a public beta. The wider release will take place in the fall.)

Go to Settings > Focus and choose the Focus mode you want to customize. From the Focus Filters section, tap “Add Filter.” You will see four app filters here

Calendar: Choose a particular calendar to hide all the appointments during the Focus mode.

Mail: If you use multiple accounts in the Mail app, you can choose to hide individual mail accounts for the duration of a Focus mode.

Messages: app can help you filter out messages from everyone except selected contacts. For example, you can use a “Home” Focus to only get messages from friends and family, filtering out work messages

Safari: If you use the Tab Groups feature in Safari, you can choose to hide particular Tab Groups when a Focus mode is engaged (this works for shared Tab Groups, as well).

Customize an App Filter. When you’re done, tap “Done,” and choose the “Add” option to add the filter to the Focus mode. You can do this for multiple App Filters across different Focus modes.

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