How To Turn Off FaceTime on Mac?
As expected, Apple has announced that FaceTime will be coming to Mac OS X, allowing people to videochat with iPhone 4 and iPod touch users right from their computer. You can download a beta version today.
We had fun trying out FaceTime for Mac, but we noticed something interesting: Even if you quit the app, you'll still receive incoming calls. How to turn off FaceTime on Mac? Simple:
Head up to the FaceTime menu and open up the Preferences. There you'll find a magical toggle which will prevent random FaceTime calls from disrupting your day.
If you think that you'll forget to hit that toggle each time you want some peace and quiet, you can sign out of FaceTime each time you're done with chats and sign back in when ready for more. (You do this by tapping on the FaceTime icon on your dock and hitting "Sign Out.")
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