The Quiet Time screen allows you to configure time intervals when PhoneTray doesn't ring and doesn't announce incoming calls.
To access the Quiet Time screen, click Privacy on the left navigation panel:
and then click Quiet Time to access the Quiet Time screen:
Quiet Time screen
When quiet time is enabled PhoneTray does not ring or announce calls during the specified quiet time intervals. You can enable quiet time for each day of the week by checking the checkbox left of the corresponding day of the week. You can adjust quiet time intervals by clicking the up / down arrows in the From and To time fields. To change hour, click on the hour and click the up / down arrows . To adjust minutes, click on the minutes and click the up / down arrows . To change am / pm, click on am or pm and click the up / down arrows .
Block incoming calls during quiet time
During quiet time PhoneTray doesn't ring through your computer speakers and doesn't announce incoming calls. However, your phone will still ring during quiet time unless you select the option to block incoming calls during quiet time:
If you check box 'Block incoming calls during quiet time', PhoneTray will answer incoming calls during quiet time, play selected message to the caller and hang up. To select the message the callers will hear during quiet time, click the button to open the folder with the zap messages that are included with PhoneTray. You can also double-click on the message selection box to select an audio file. Click the Clear button to clear selection. Click the Play button to play a selected audio file.
You can allow important contacts to ring through during quiet time. To do that, go to Edit Contact for that contact and check 'Allow calls from this contact during quiet time' checkbox.