Turning on the Do Not Disturb setting will stop distracting alerts appearing on the Lock screen. You’ll still receive notifications, but they won’t make a sound and will be hidden from view until you unlock your device.
To quickly enable it, open Control Center and tap the Crescent Moon icon. While Do Not Disturb is turned on, a crescent moon is shown in the status bar next to the time.
Schedule do not disturb
It’s also possible to schedule Do Not Disturb so it turns on and off automatically at certain times of day.
To set this up, open Settings, select Do Not Disturb, and turn on Scheduled. Choose the times you would like Do Not Disturb to be enabled, such as at night, or during a regularly planned meeting. No more unnecessary disturbances!
Enabled phone calls
With Do Not Disturb turned on, all notifications – including phone calls – will be restricted.
However, it’s possible to keep incoming calls enabled via various options. To set this up, select from the options under Settings, Do Not Disturb, Allow Calls From. Then select Everyone or No One to decide which calls are allowed.
Repeated Calls can also be turned on, which means that if the same number calls a second time, it will override the Do Not Disturb setting and the tablet will ring as normal.
This will make sure those really important calls get through to your iPad even when Do Not Disturb is turned on.
Do Not Disturb silences incoming calls and notifications only if your tablet is locked, by default. However, it’s possible to leave it unlocked and still use Do Not Disturb.
Open Settings, select Do Not Disturb, and scroll down to the Silence section. From here choose the Always option. Now your iPad will mute all sounds when Do Not Disturb is enabled even if your iPad is not locked first.