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Ever wish you could block some notifications and allow other notifications, like Convo calls? Good news—you can with the new Focus feature from Apple! Watch Jack explain this cool new tool for your iPhone or iPad.

Don’t have a Convo #? Get yours now at http://convorelay.com/signup.

[TRANSCRIPT: Does your iPhone or iPad have too many notifications? Feeling overwhelmed? Do you wish you could limit your device to only allow specific notifications?

There’s a new solution! Suppose you’re taking time to meditate but you’re also expecting an important Convo call, you can disable other apps and leave Convo notifications on.

“Hi! Go ahead.”

I’ll show you how you can do this. First, make sure you have iOS 15 installed. We’ve had the “Do Not Disturb” feature with a moon icon. This feature has been updated with more customization options. Open the Control Center and you’ll see a button called “Focus”. Tap on it to see different options. If you want to change your preferences, just tap on “Settings” then go to “Focus”. You’ll see several options that you can adjust to fit your preferences. 

Now you don’t have to miss any Convo calls! Haven’t used Convo? Try us today!]

[VD: A white man is wearing a black Convo shirt. There is a green Convo logo on the left chest. In the first animation, there are several screenshots of iMessage notifications. In the second scene, there is Jack in a green shirt and black shorts, and the background shows a wooden dresser with various artifacts on the top. In the second animation, there is a focus on the iPhone and its tabs. In the third animation, there is a black circle with a white moon. In the end, there is an end card that reads: Call anywhere. Call anytime with Convo. http://convorelay.com/download.]

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