When my Mac is in sleep mode, I prefer to keep all notifications away. It not only allows me to concentrate on other tasks with the desired peace of mind but also prevents any random alerts from causing distractions. However, times when I don’t want to miss out on any urgent alerts even when the Mac is sleeping, I want to get the notifications – not matter. That’s why it’s better to have perfect control over alerts. With that said, here is how you can allow/disallow notifications while Mac is sleeping in macOS 13 Ventura.
Allow/Disallow Notifications While Mac is Sleeping in macOS 13 Ventura
Due to the completely overhauled design, the settings for a number of features including Notifications have been slightly tweaked. Though it’s still quite easy to customize the settings, some newbies may find customizing the redesigned system preferences a bit confusing. Well, bother not, as this is where I have a role to play.
Step 1. To get started, open the System Settings app on your Mac.
Step 2. Now, click on the Notifications option.
Step 3. Under the Show Previews section, turn on/off the toggle for Allow Notifications While Sleeping and you are good to go! The change will come into effect right away.
It’s worth pointing out that you can also allow/disallow notifications when the screen is locked and when mirroring or sharing the display. And that’s about it!
Later, if you ever want to revert the change, head into the same notifications setting and then make the desired changes.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Why has my Mac become sluggish?
Clogged-up storage could be the prime reason why your Mac has blow slow. Besides, outdated versions of apps could also be playing the spoilsport.
2. Why are Macs faster than Windows PCs?
Due largely to the fully optimized software and custom silicon, Macs are endowed with unmatched speed and efficiency. Though PCs have come a long way, they are still nowhere near as proficient as Apple’s magnum opus.
It’s been a while since I started using macOS 13 Ventura. Based on what I have experienced, the redesigned System Settings feels far more intuitive and snappier. Inspired by the iOS user interface, the macOS new settings should not take much time to win you over if you are already an iPhone user. That said, what’s your take on Ventura and whether or not it has been able to impress you?