Will my Alarm go off if I’m on FT (FaceTime)

Have you ever wondered what happens when your alarm goes off during a FaceTime call? Does it end the FaceTime call? Can the other person hear the sound of your alarm? 

In this article, we will answer some common questions about FaceTime and alarms that might have crossed your mind.  Previously, we also discussed if the alarm goes off in DnD/ Focus mode, read the details here.

So, without any delay, let’s get into it!

Will my alarm go off if I’m on FT?

Yes, your alarm will go off while you’re on a FaceTime call. The alarm works on its own, no matter if you’re on a call or not. Your alarm won’t go off only if your phone is turned off.

If you’re on a FaceTime call and the alarm didn’t go off, there could be a few reasons. It might be due to your phone volume being turned down, forgetting to turn on your alarm, or setting the alarm at the wrong time.

Will the other person hear my alarm on FaceTime if I’m on mute?

No, if you’re on mute during a FaceTime call, the other person won’t hear your alarm. Turning off your microphone stops any sounds from being transmitted from your side.

The person on the other side of the screen will not be able to hear the sound of your alarm if you are on mute. When your alarm rings, only you will hear the sound. 

This is a great feature to ensure your FaceTime calls remain uninterrupted by your alarms. The same is true for the other person. If someone else’s alarm goes off while your FaceTime call is muted, you won’t hear any alarm sound.

Will my alarm end my FaceTime call?

No, your alarm won’t automatically end your FaceTime call. The call will continue, and you’ll need to manually stop the alarm. The alarm and FaceTime work separately on your phone.

If you don’t want the alarm to go off during a FaceTime call, you have to turn it off manually before it rings.

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Wrapping Up: 

To wrap things up, your alarm will go off while you’re on a FaceTime call.

However, if you don’t want your alarm to interrupt your FaceTime, you can manually turn it off before it can ring. Hopefully, this article has answered your queries regarding the alarm and its interaction with FaceTime.

If you have any more questions or need further clarification, please don’t hesitate to ask. We’re here to help!

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