Getting distracted is very easy, but it’s even easier when you’ve got a phone, 17,000 apps, and the subsequent deluge of push notifications that come with them. Luckily, if you’re in Apple’s iOS ecosystem, you now have at least one tool to help free you from the shackles of constant notification distraction and it’s called...
If you haven’t already, you’re going to need to download iOS 15. Keep in mind, the update is still currently in beta, so before you go rushing off to download it, remember that it will be buggy, and you should definitely back your phone up first.
To learn how to download the public beta, reference this guide on downloading the developer version, which is essentially the same process.
Now that you have the feature activated you can begin choosing exactly how you’d like to receive notifications reports. By default, summaries will come twice per day at 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. but you can choose different times.
You can also schedule up to 12 reports per day, though that seems to actually defeat the purpose of using Notification Summary in the first place.