How to Hide Alerts from Specific Chats in Messages App on iPhone in iOS 12

At times you would want to hide alerts from specific chats in Messages on your iPhone running iOS 12 to have some much-needed peace of mind. That's when this nifty little tip can save your day by allowing you to mute notifications from individual conversation threads on your iOS device!

Restless notifications from a group or individual conversations can at times seem to be too much to handle. Imagine a situation where you are trying hard to create a presentation. Suddenly, message alerts start bombarding your iPhone. Wouldn’t you want to hide the alerts from the specific chats in iMessage on your iOS device so that you can carry out your tasks with complete peace of mind?

Ten to one, you would definitely want to use Do Not Disturb for Messages app on your iPhone. It would be the need of the hour. Fortunately, iOS offers you the freedom to mute individual conversation threads on your iPhone or iPad on your terms. So, the next time you find your funny buddy going a little over the top, don’t fail to shut the chat up!

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How to Hide or Mute Alerts from Specific Chats in Messages App in iOS 12 on iPhone

Step #1. Launch Messages app on your iOS device.

Step #2. Now, find the conversation thread, which you want to mute and swipe left on the chat and hit Hide Alerts.

Hide Alerts from Particular Chats in iOS 12 Messages App on iPhone

Alternately, tap on individual chattap on the Name → tap on “i” button → then turn on the switch next to Hide alerts.

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Alternate Way to Hide Chat Message Alert in iOS 12 on iPhone

That’s it! You’ve successfully enabled Do Not Disturb for this chat. Though you can continue to receive notifications from it, they won’t kill your attention. And yes, if you have allowed the badge app icon to show, you will see the number of messages waiting for your attention.

What if you changed your mind later and wished to allow specific chats to show alerts on your iPhone? No problem. You can go back to the previous state without any hassle.

Simply open the Messages app>head over to the conversation → swipe left on it. Then, hit Show Alerts. And you are ready to go!

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That’s all there is to it!

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That’s how you can put the unwanted alerts at bay with ease. Use this little trick whenever you want to have some peace or prevent the unstoppable chats from robbing your attention.

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Dhvanesh Adhiya
Dhvanesh Adhiya is the founder and editor-in-chief who takes care of audio, visual, and textual contents uploaded on He is passionate about wonderful apps that change the way your iPhone interacts in your life.

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