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Watch Uploading: Windows 10 Insider - Focus Assist

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Edward van Biljon
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In this video, we show you how you can mute notifications using focus assist and only show notifications in a priority list or only alarms and you can also schedule it.

Video Steps

1. Open Settings

Click on start and then click the cog wheel to open settings.

2. Navigate to System

Click on System.

3. Open Focus Assist

Click on Focus Assist and select your options on the left hand side.
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