Do Not Disturb mode or interrupts if you use Android are a feature that prevents notifications from disturbing you on your device. You can make sure that only the calls of important people go through, or that only your most important apps can send you notifications when the phone is sitting on your bedside table or desk. Personally, I’ve found the Do Not Disturb feature or Interrupts work well, but they can only be used at night. I really don’t support it at work for a simple reason; working hours are when many important activities take place, and call barring is not the best way to avoid interruptions. I keep my phone quiet and people prefer to text me before calling. Many people do not have time to work on their devices, so receiving calls is not easy. call sign is a great way to get around this; it’s an app available for Android and iOS that lets you quickly type a message with your name and where you’re calling, and add tags that describe the topic of the conversation. The message is sent to the person you are going to call and explains why you are calling. After the message is sent, the application starts counting down before making a call. The recipient knows why you are calling and can answer or ignore the call.
When you set up a Calltag, it will ask you to enter your name and where you are calling. Once you’ve done that, all you have to do is enter the name or number of the person you’re calling (this app will use your contact information) and click “Next”.
Then select the hashtags to explain why you are playing. Tags have already been added to the application, but you can create your own. After a one-time installation, all you have to do is enter your call contact and tags. After the message is sent from the app, Calltag starts a 10-second timer before starting the call.
To change the timer duration, press the gear button in the upper right corner and go to the application settings. You can change the default message used as a template and tags are added later, as well as change the theme.
Application developers mention making good use of making a call when using this application. Personally, I think this is a good way to tell someone why you’re calling when he or she is usually busy and unable to answer calls. The recipient does not need to install this application, so you can do it on your device. This is likely to improve your chances of getting answers to your calls while ensuring that the recipient at least knows why you are calling.