You can silence the notifications for only those conversations that are bothering you while leaving the notifications for important conversations untouched. 'Hide Alerts' entirely hides the message alert from the conversation – contact or group chat – in question.
1. Hide Message Alerts from Individual Contacts on iPhone
'Hide Alerts' is a dainty feature in the Messages app on iPhone that can silence the notifications on a conversation basis. It's a great alternative when you don't want to stop all notifications for the messages app. Muting notifications from the settings app works on a per-app basis.
Incoming message alerts can be repeated automatically on the iPhone, for a pre-set number of 2 minute intervals. Setting the number of times a message alert is repeated involves changing the Notification Center settings.
The Repeat Alerts feature available in our mobile apps is a great way to make sure that you never miss a critical notification. This feature allows you to repeat notifications sent to the mobile app up to ten times, at an interval of every one to ten minutes.
Hiding specific contacts or conversations on an iPhone
Does hide alerts hide calls too. You will of course still receive messages and phone calls, but you will not be notified they are coming in in any way. This is the ideal setting if you want to focus on something on your iPhone or iPad and make sure you aren't being distracted by any notification.
After you enable Hide Alerts for the conversation you won't get the notifications of messages from that contact and all the messages will be silent from that contact. You can note the moon icon before that contact in Messages app which signifies that Do Not Disturb is turned on for that conversation.
Instead of a blanket muting on notifications, you have to go into each specific message:
The alerts that it hides includes any notifications that would pop up for the conversation, as well as any audio that would play to indicate the arrival of a new message. This is particularly useful for conversations that are very active, such as those from a group text message conversation.
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When Hide Alerts is on, the Alerts button appears next to the conversation. This stops notifications only for that conversation, not your device. You'll still receive all other messages and see notifications for them on your Lock Screen.