Android P feature spotlight: Do not disturb settings have been simplified down to a single mode
Android’s “Do not disturb” setting has an incredible degree of flexibility, but as of the recent Developer Preview, it looks like it may be simplified a bit going forward. In our hands-on time today with Android P, 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.
Android P feature spotlight: Do not disturb settings have been simplified down to a single mode was written by the awesome team at Android Police.