How to Disable Messenger on macOS 10.15
If your loved ones can have access to your Mac and you’d love to prevent them from seeing your incoming messages, then you need to turn off receiving imessages on macOS 10.15. You might also need to delete/remove imessage on macOS 10.15 to put off distractions when you need to focus on work.
Mac OS 10.15 gives users maximum control over message privacy. However, users must be able to adjust the privacy settings effectively. In this feature, we outline easy-to-follow steps to turn off receiving imessages on macOS 10.15
How Do I Disable Messenger on My Mac?
If you’re wondering ‘how do I disable messenger on macOS 10.15’, the answer really depends on the reasons why you want to. If you just want to turn off notifications during meetings or specific hours of the day, you need to disable it temporarily. But if you’ll be sharing your Mac with someone for a long time, then you might want to disable permanently.
Here are three different methods to use to turn off imessage & stop messages from showing on macOS 10.15
1: Turn off Receiving Imessages on macOS 10.15 Temporarily
Step 1: Go to the Notification Center by clicking the notifications icon at the top right corner of your mac’s home screen.
Step 2: Turn on the ‘Do Not Disturb’ mode.
After this, you won’t be receiving messages until the next day. If you want your notification restored before then, you can simply turn off the ‘Do Not Disturb’ mode.
2: Turn off iMessage/Stop Messages from Showing on MacOS 10.15 Permanently
Step 1: Go to ‘System Preferences’.
Step 2: Tap the ‘Notification’ button.
Step 3: Navigate to ‘Messages’.
Step 4: Select ‘None’ as your preferred message alert option.
Step 5: To turn off every type of iMessage notification/sound, uncheck all the boxes under the message alert section.
Though this is a permanent solution, it’s reversible. Simply check the boxes for the type of notification you’d want to receive to restore them.
3: Completely Delete iMessage/Remove iMessage on macOS 10.15
With this method, you sign out from your iMac so messages meant for your Apple ID do not get sent to your Mac. This means you have to enter your Apple ID credentials to access your messages, unlike the previous two methods.
Step 1: Run your Messages app.
Step 2: Open the menu, and then go to Preferences.
Step 3: Tap the Accounts icon, and then select your account in the left-hand column
Step 4: Next, tap the ‘Sign Out’ button on the right-hand side, and then close the app.
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