There are actually a couple of ways you can set up your iPhone so incoming 
calls will not be announced.

1) Manually turn on “Do Not Disturb” keeping in mind that if you have 
permissions set for some callers to bypass this their calls will still be 
announced.

2) Go to <Settings><Phone><Announce Calls> and select the option best suited 
for your circumstances.

Also, if you disable “Announce Calls” you may also want to go to 
<Settings><Sounds><vibration> and set that so you will at least know if you’ve 
received a call during these meetings (or any other time you you have “Announce 
Calls” disabled).


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