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This problem was resolved when I upgraded to iOS 8.1.2 (it was not fixed by 8.1.1 by the way).


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Try this: System Preferences -> Displays and drag menubar to your external (attached) display. Built-in notifications will be displayed on the monitor with main menubar. In addition to this you may wish to explore Growl app (http://growl.info/), which allows you to setup notifications in more sophisticated way and configure them for several displays.


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Unfortunately, there is no built-in way to change the position of the popups still. Problem is well known (for instance, see here: Change location of notification center alerts). The only way you can customize the position of notifications is to use commercial app - Growl (http://growl.info) for those apps that support it or turn all or some notifications ...


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There IS a way to do this. Create a smart mailbox that filters for only the accounts you want and then change notifications in general preferences to notify for only that smart mailbox. Fixed.


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The best you can do is configure the Do Not Disturb settings. You can set Allow Calls From to Everyone and then set Silence to either always or only while iPad is locked and you should still get notifications but they will be silenced.


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You can get rid of it without giving in to Apple‘s desire for you to “Try Now”. Even if you click the button, they will ask you to change your default and may still ask again at a later time. I have explained it in much greater details on my blog but the gist of it are these three commands: defaults write com.apple.coreservices.uiagent ...


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Click your apple symbol in the computer -> System preferences -> notifications -> messages -> none


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Beacons are 'dumb' and only output an ID that the app detects and goes off to the server to load appropriate content. I'm not 100% sure I'm understanding your question fully (so I apologise if I have it wrong) but here are some thoughts: Design your App to load web content (i.e. it becomes a browser of sorts) Combine an beacon CMS system that sits behind ...


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Vybe does this. It's not very nice looking. http://wearvybe.com


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What you're trying to do is actually quite simple, but you will have to do it individually for each app. First, make sure you have the latest release of iOS 8 (this is not completely necessary, but recommended). Next, go to the Settings app and scroll down until you find the application you want to disable notifications for on the lock screen. Now, click ...


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Leave them in contacts rather than remove, but set all their ringtones/messages sounds to a silent ringtone. There's one here linked from this page - How can I get a silent ringtone on my iPhone? on the iPhoneFAQ site. You'll still get the notifications, but no sounds.


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Convert the sound you want to use to .caf using afconvert: afconvert -f caff -d LEI16@22050 input_file output.caf Go to /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/ToneLibrary.framework/Versions/A/Resources/AlertTones/Modern Since I wasn't sure just adding the new .caf file to this folder would work, I made a copy (backup) of sms_alert_note.caf and then replaced ...


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This worked for me: Open Calendar on your Mac. In the left column list of calendars, right click (or command-I) on the calendar in question and "Get Info" Check the box labeled "Ignore alerts" Hit "OK"


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On iOS devices that is the default setting for whatsapp you cannot change it :-/


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I found this extremely frustrating as well. I spent an hour trying to record a silent ringtone in GarageBand but it consistently delivered noisey ringtones despite no sound on the track. I was about to give up when I thought someone else besides us must have been annoyed and figured it out. A Google search yielded the silent ringtone below. I tried it and it ...



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