Work from home is much harder while juggling between multiple devices. Fortunately, there is an easy fix to get all pings in one place. Read more to find How To Get iPhone Notifications On Mac Laptop
Seamlessly jumping from one device to another is a big USP for many apps. Now, you can even get your smartphone notifications on your laptop.
Working from home or on the go is not as easy as it seems. However, you no longer need to check your phone while performing your office tasks.
Apple’s Continuity allows Mac users to receive real-time notifications from their iPhones on their laptops. You just need to use the same Apple ID on both your iPhone and Mac.
Also, both require your Mac and iPhone to access the same Wi-Fi network to enable seamless notifications on new voice calls and messages.
How To Get iPhone Notifications On Mac Laptop
- To set up notifications for new calls on your Mac: Go to Settings > Phone and turn on Wi-Fi Calling and Calls on Other Devices.
- To turn on FaceTime calling on your Mac: Go to FaceTime > Preferences > Settings and select Calls from iPhone.
How To Turn On Message Notifications
- Enable text message forwarding on your iPhone from Settings > Messages > Text Message Forwarding.
- Then, select your Mac from the list of available devices.
- Next, you will need to complete two-factor authentication by entering a six-digit activation code on your iPhone appearing on your Mac.
- That’s it!
The Your Phone app by Microsoft also allows Windows users to receive real-time notifications from their smartphones on their desktops and laptops. It also notifies you when you receive new voice calls or messages.
Before starting, download the Your Phone app on your Windows machines through Microsoft Store. Also, download the Your Phone Companion app on your Android device from Google Play.
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