Quiet hours in Teams

If you don’t want notifications from Microsoft Teams on your mobile phone you can activate Quiet hours and Quiet days. During these hours or days you won’t get any notifications on your mobile phone, but you will still get calls. The windows Teams client will use the “Focus assist” settings in Windows 10. Read more to see a demo.

  1. Open (hamburger menu) in your Teams mobile app
  2. Select Settings
  3. Select Notifications
  4. Select Quiet hours in the top of the screen
  5. Click on the switch next to Daily quiet hours
  6. Set your From time and your select To time, you wont get any notifications from Teams mobile app during these hours every day.
  7. Go back and select Quiet days
  8. Select those days that you don’t want any notifications on, this will block notifications for the whole day.

If you have multiple mobile devices with Microsoft Teams app installed there is no synchronization of quiet hours settings between those clients.

Also keep in mind that there is a setting in Teams mobile app that stop mobile app to display notifications if Teams desktop agent is active. 

Windows Teams client

For the Windows Teams client you can also set quiet hours but you don’t do it in the Teams client, instead Teams follows the hours that you set in Windows 10 function “Focus Assist”. Focus assist is available in Windows 10 April 2018 update and later.



Check out this video with instructions howto enable Focus assist.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqIzbqTtT4s

There is no synchronization of quiet hours settings between Windows 10 focus assist and Teams mobile client.

Linus Cansby

Consultant work at UClarity, based in Göteborg, Sweden. Been working with Exchange, LCS, OCS, Lync, Skype, Teams and related stuff for a while. Mostly writing tips and news after getting questions from customers.

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1 Response

  1. David A Gotlieb says:

    I want to be able to get notifications on direct messages in my off hours. I have set my mobile app to DND but get alerts on mentions of General. This is annoying, as people shout to General often in my off-hours. If I set quite hours, it seems I will not get notifications on direct messages, which I do want for emergency response needs. Short of disabling all notifications in off-hours, how can I stop the chatter?

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