puts your mac in Do Not Disturb mode when you need it

GIF demo of NoNotify

Lives in the menubar

NoNotify lives a quiet life in your menubar. Quickly see at a glance if focus mode is active or not by glancing at the menubar icon.

Focus on the apps that matter to you

Select the apps where you want to be undisturbed. Decide if the apps should be frontmost to start focusing or just running to trigger focus mode. Use your apps and enjoy the uninterrupted time to focus.

Disable for 30 mins

Are you awaiting that special call or email, pause NoNotify for 30 mins with a click.

We respect your privacy

NoNotify does not track you in any way. There's no tracking or analytics in the app. Just a plain old macOS application built to help you.

Frequently Asked Questions

No, macOS Monterey has completely changed how to handle focus mode. However there's no need for NoNotify on macOS Monterey, the ability to focus in apps is now built-in!
Yes, since version 1.1.1 NoNotify has been compatible with Big Sur and Apple Silicon as well.
As long as you are running macOS 10.15 or higher you should be fine.
Scheduled do not disturb sessions and other apps that toggle do not disturb can however interfere with NoNotify.
Some apps on macOS does not respect the users choice to be left undisturbed. Please write to the authors of these apps and let them know that's not ok!
No, but we are exploring options for syncing your focused sessions across devices.
We'd love to hear what you have to say, good or bad.