It depends on the service that sent the notification in the first place. The service (i.e. the backend system that supports an app such as Facebook or any other app) sends their notifications to Apple's push notification service over a HTTP/2-based API. In that API it sets a parameter known as "apns-expiration", which determines how long time Apple's push ...
I just tried with one of my friends' email. They receive the mail with buttons like accept, decline etc., and the info of the event of course. The said buttons have URL like: https://www.icloud.com/calendar/eventreply_full/en-gb/<some Key>&cc=IN#reply=accept It was sent from firstname.lastname@example.org but with my name in the Sender.
.ics of the ...
Have you tried...
This applescript will close them for you. Paste it into Script Editor
and then Save as an application. Then grant access to that application
in (System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Accessibility) Then you
can use an application like ControlPlane
https://www.controlplaneapp.com/ to run the application on wake thus
There is no way to customise the notification sound for 3rd party applications until the app developer build that functionality into their app. Applications like WhatsApp has options for that, you can change the notification sound from the app settings itself.
I suggest your can sync your account with Calendars and change Calendars ...
Found this googling around:
If you don't use FaceTime, put this in a Terminal window to get rid of apsd permanently: "sudo launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.apsd.plist"
This will unload apsd from launchctl (the process that launches it at startup), but you'll still need to kill now.
What you are referring to is covered under Quality of Service component of Apple push notifications. It's addressed in the following linked Apple Developer documentation:
Local and Remote Notification Programming Guide - Quality of Service, Store-and-Forward, and Coalesced Notifications
Apple Push Notification service includes a Quality of Service (QoS) ...
Try to check the following :
check server notification(Beside server name … button, notification
setting), makesure no silent.
check Discord app notification setting(setting > notification),
makesure is turn on.
try no force close Discord (leave Discord in "double
click/multitasking", do not slip off). If can then is memory no
enough problem. Try to ...