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Delete button is present in the notifications of Yosemite's (OS X 10.10) version of Mail (8.0). Sadly, no Mark as read button is available or configurable.


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You can manually turn it on and off in the Notifications System preferences. Update to this Answer: This works on my Mac quite well. But it is not localised and is really a quick script put together as a proof of concept.. ( thats the disclaimer ) The idea is the place this script in to the Applescript menu and run it when you want to toggle the ...


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Pick it up on one, the others go silent. Just checking the lock screen on an iDevice is not sufficient, you need to swipe & open. On a Mac, bringing Messages to the front will do it.


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This is different on iOS 8. As described on iPad Academy, the option is located in Settings > Notifications > Calendar > Shared Calendar Changes. 1. Settings > Notifications 2. Calendar 3. Shared Calendar Changes


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Apple messed up, in my opinion, by taking away the "missed" tab on the notification pull down in iOS 8. The only thing I've found that helps is to navigate to settings > notifications and set "sort by time". After that you can pull down the notification center, and the notifications will still be grouped by app, but at least they are sorted so the most ...


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One workaround that I see a lot is to ask your workplace for a dedicated work phone - if they expect you to be reachable outside of office hours, then they've likely got some legal obligation to provide this. When you're not working, turn it off. On the other hand, if you can't just let go of work when you get home, that is a whole different problem and ...


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You could also ignore it until the service that provides that update catches up and resets itself. I've seen several cases where a stuck badge in an off-by-one state just clears itself within 48 hours. Hiding that app in a folder and using siri/spotlight to launch it could help if you just can't stand the sight of the red circle. You certainly don't need ...


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Yeah, restart device may be of use to fix this. Have you tried it? If it doesn't work, try DFU mode or recovery mode. I know the easiest way to enter and exit recovery mode is to use a tool called ReiBoot. You can search and download it from google totally for free. Have a try, don't give up finding a solution!


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I don't think it's possible with AppleScript but it is with terminal-notifier: -sender ID The bundle identifier of the application that should be shown as the sender, including its icon. -appIcon URL The URL of a image to display instead of the application icon (Mavericks+ only) For example: terminal-notifier -title title -message message ...


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Do Not Disturb has Manual or Timer modes, though it is fixed times, not 'until alarm goes off' Details at Use Do Not Disturb on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch With Do Not Disturb, you can silence calls, alerts, and notifications that you get while your device is locked. You can also schedule a time or choose who you'll allow calls from. Turn Do Not ...


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A Device Factory Update (DFU) restore will repair this issue, but ensure you back up all important data before attempting to restore your device.


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Have you tried reboot device? Turning off and on sometimes helps, also you can try restart only Settings.app in multitasking menu (double tap home button), find Settings and swype up or down


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I found a MacRumors thread complaining about the same thing, and more Google results about the same problem happening as far back as iOS 6. It can apparently be fixed by a DFU restore, if you're willing to be that drastic. Otherwise...wait for the next update.


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This is currently not possible. If your device is jailbroken, you can install Software Update Killer or any number of badge-removing tweaks.


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An update for Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks). You can turn on Do Not Disturb in Notification Centre to mute things:



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