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In the News blog post for July 29, 2022:
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Brett’s iTip: Setting up a Simple “Focus.” I finally set up a Focus mode on my iPhone and Apple Watch for when I’m running outside. When I run, I like to have music playing a certain BPM and while I don’t have a lot of notifications it seems like they all pop up when I’m running and interrupt my music. I finally went into Settings and created a simple Focus that turns off all notifications EXCEPT any that come from my wife, my kids, or my mother, and any notifications from 3 specific apps. Everything else can wait! And I usually turn on this Focus by swiping up on my Apple Watch which engages on my iPhone as well (make sure you have “Share Across Devices” turned on in the Settings).
Jeff’s Site: How Many Of Me http://howmanyofme.com/
Brett Burney from http://www.appsinlaw.com
Jeff Richardson from http://www.iphonejd.com