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The upcoming Android P has single mode "Do Not Disturb" Interface settings

Android P will be the next target OS that will be released soon, after the released of the latest Android 8 Oreo which started roll out to Android last even though not all have gotten the update, just some days ago Infinix list out some of their smartphone that will be receiving updates while others hold on until they finally roll out to them.
"Do not disturb" Setting is new feature that are now with the latest Android version, presently they now have an incredible degree of flexibility compared to the previous development.

we have discovered that the Do not disturb setting, and its various modes, has been reduced to a single toggle accessible only via quick settings. Gone are the old "Total silence," "Alarms only," and "Priority only" modes. 

In Android 8.1 (and earlier supported versions), Do not disturb was accessible not only via quick settings but as a pseudo-mute option when you toggled volume down far enough. For more precise settings like choosing between Total silence, Alarms only, or Priority only you had to use the quick settings toggle, though.

In the recently released Developer Preview images for Android P, that isn't the case. The Do not disturb toggle in quick settings now only performs the old default action for duration selection, and toggling volume down no longer enables Do not disturb. (In fact, I can't control ringer volume outside settings at all in the Android P Developer Preview on my 2016 Pixel XL.) The old Total silence, Alarms only, and Priority only modes are all gone, replaced by a single general "Do not disturb" mode.

From what I can tell, the new Do not disturb default doesn't seem to replace any one of the previous modes. It can be configured to behave similarly to the old modes, but rule-based differences are no longer possible, from what we can tell. For example, before you could configure Priority only in the evening, with Alarms only at night, but now that's not possible. Rules can still be set, but only for the one new general Do not disturb option.

Android P "Do not Disturb" setting is now simplified compare to former setting that got people confuse, if you check very well, we now have different interface and that's looking nice.

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The upcoming Android P has single mode "Do Not Disturb" Interface settings


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