Whenever you add a new event into the Calendar app on your Mac, does it automatically add an alert to remind you before the event happens? If not (and you’d like it to, or you’d like to change the timing!), we’ve got your bases covered in this article.
The Weather widget in macOS Notification Center is a great, free way to quickly check the weather, either right outside or on the other side of the world. Here’s how to add, manage, and remove cities from your Weather widget, and how to sync your favorite locations to your iPhone via iCloud.
This article is all about Apple’s familiar voice-control feature—which has now come to the Mac!—and how you can use Siri to add widgets to Notification Center in Sierra. Wanna keep up to date on a bit of info you asked Siri for? We’ll tell you how.
If you’ve ever wondered how to clear all notifications on your iPhone, then boy, are you gonna love iOS 10! In today’s article, we’ll tell you the secret behind removing all that stuff, quick as a wink.
Google is rolling out beta support for native OS X notifications in Chrome for Mac, which will put Chrome notifications in their place with a user’s other notification-enabled apps and services, as well as respect Control Center’s “Do Not Disturb” setting. Here’s how to test the feature in the current version of Chrome.
Nest Labs offers relatively good mobile and Web interfaces for controlling your Nest thermostat, but an app called Thessa promises to make Nest control even easier via a simple Notification Center widget. Check out our review to see if Thessa should become your preferred way of making Nest temperature adjustments from your Mac.
The iPhone has quickly become its own digital hub, supporting countless portable accessories and peripherals like Bluetooth speakers, smartwatches, and headsets. New in iOS 9, Apple wants to make it easier to track the battery life of all of these portable devices via a Notification Center widget. Here’s how to enable it.
Notification Center is a great feature in OS X that lets users keep track of updates and alerts in real time. But sometimes it’s all too much and we need a break, and that’s why Apple introduced a Do Not Disturb feature for Notification Center. Here’s a quick tip on how you can enable or disable Do Not Disturb with a single click.
Safari Push Notifications won’t placate the fans upset by Apple’s removal of native RSS support, but they can still be an easy way to keep track of your favorite websites. Here’s how to configure and manage them with Safari 7 in OS X Mavericks.
We’ve covered some Notification Center tips at TekRevue, but what if you just don’t want Apple’s notification platform at all? Here’s how to indefinitely banish it from your Mac. Note: this tip was originally written in April 2013 and tested on OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. Like all system modifications, it may not work with newer versions of OS X. First, launch the Terminal app from /Applications/Utilities, enter the following command, and press Return: launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchAgents/com.apple.notificationcenterui.plist You’ll see the Notification…