If you use the calendar on your iPhone to manage your schedule, then you are likely accustomed to the large number of calendar event notifications that can occur during the course of the day. If you work in an environment where everyone uses their calendar, and frequently sends out calendar invitations for meetings and events, then these notifications can become overwhelming.
Fortunately you can modify a lot of the calendar notification settings on your device, and you can even specify settings that apply directly to calendar invitations. Our article below will show you how to change the vibration notification settings for new calendar invitations so that your iPhone stops vibrating anytime a new invitation reaches your device.
Stop Vibration for New Calendar Notifications in iOS 8
The steps below were performed on an iPhone 6 Plus, in iOS 8.3. These steps may be different if you are using a version of iOS prior to iOS 8.
Step 1: Tap the Settings icon.
Step 2: Select the Notifications option.
Step 3: Select the Calendar option.
Step 4: Select the Invitations option.
Step 5: Select the Notification Sound option.
Step 6: Select the Vibration option.
Step 7: Select the None option.
If you wish to turn off the notification sound for new calendar invitations as well, then tap the Notification Sound button at the top-left corner of the screen.
Then tap the None option under Alert Tones.
If you wish to modify the notification settings for other types of calendar alerts, simply return to the menu in step 4, and select an option other than Invitations. For example, you have the option to specify notification sounds and vibrations for Upcoming Events, Invitee Responses, and Shared Calendar Changes as well.
Would you like to stop certain types of calendar notifications from appearing on your lock screen? You can read here to learn how to adjust this setting. This can be a great way to keep your calendar events a little more private from people that have access to your iPhone.
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