On Galaxy S9 Android 10, Do Not Disturb only allows Calls, Messages, Alarms and Calendar events as app specific exceptions, with Media Sounds, Touch Sounds and Reminders as general options to mute or unmute.
There is also no option for an app to "ignore do not disturb" under the individual app's notification settings.
For example, you cannot allow an exception to get Gmail notifications when do no disturb is active. This would be a helpful option to allow exceptions for specific apps.
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This is ridiculous. Every Android phone I've owned has had this basic feature and I'm shocked I'm going to have to return an otherwise good S10 because Samsumg can't hasn't bothered to add *any* flexibility to Do Not Disturb all these years when they seemingly have an entire division devoted to bloatware no one wants.