Muzzle is a simple Mac app to silence embarrassing notifications while screensharing (with the best landing page of all time).
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Muzzle Will Stop an Embarrassing Desktop Notification from Ruining Your Next Skype InterviewA few years ago, I gave a webinar entitled something like 'The Top Ten iPhone Apps for Recruiting.' To my surprise, the app that received the warmest reception had nothing to do with recruiting. It was called 'White Noise.' Like
Muzzle is the App That Silences NotificationsI'll admit it: One of my biggest fears about collaborating with co-workers is what might happen if I forget to silence my on-screen notifications. This isn't to say that my computer is riddled with private or embarrassing information, but there's also no predicting what my no-boundaries friend might decide to text me in the middle of the workday.
Muzzle Automatically Disables OS X Notifications When You Screen-ShareWhen you're sharing your screen for a business or school presentation, you don't want any notifications popping up, like a sext, a calendar notification for your therapist appointment, or a Slack DM about the problem client you're currently presenting to. You could hit "Do Not Disturb," but what if you forget?