How to Turn Off “Shared With You” on Mac & iPhone: Ventura and iOS

Last Updated on Jul 9, 2022

You should see the Shared with You section inside few apps like Photos, Podcasts, Safari, Apple TV, Apple News, and more. More precisely, this feature makes the shared content like links, photos, videos in Messages across its relative App, so whenever you want to revisit and see that photo, videos, or news, just open that App and look for the Shared with You section, rather than scrolling the Messages Chat.

With new macOS Monterey & Later and iOS 15 & Later, Apple launched the Shared with You feature that makes it easy to see and access the content shared with you over the Messages App. If you’ve updated the system to the latest macOS Monterey or new and iOS 15 or newer

This article will show you the stepwise process to get rid of the Shared with You section on any iPhone, Mac if you really don’t want to use it. Start by knowing what is Shared with You, and then if you’re not satisfied with it, simply disable it.

What is Shared with You in Mac, iPhone: How Does It Work and How to Disable It?

Shared with You is a root that starts from the Messages App and expands to several different apps like Photos, News, Podcasts, Safari, and more. Basically, when any content is shared with you over the Messages App, and it belongs to any of the mentioned apps, it will directly appear in the respective App, labeled by the Shared with You section.

How to Disable Shared with You in Mac, MacBook

Shared with You section can be turned off for all apps at once, as well as for particular apps. We’ve clearly mentioned a separate stepwise guide to disable Shared with You for all apps and individual apps too.

For All Apps:

  1. Launch Messages app in Mac.
  2. Click on Messages in the top menu bar. Go to Preferences.messages-preferences-on-mac
  3. Select the Shared with You tab. Click the Turn Off… button to disable the Shared with You feature in Mac.turn-on-shared-with-you-section-on-apps-from-messages-conversations
  4. Also we can turn on for selected app that support and show up in Apps like Safari, Photos, Podcasts, TV.shared-with-you-section-in-messages-app-preferences-on-mac

For Particular App:

  1. Open Messages app in Mac.
  2. In the top menu bar, click on the Messages label.
  3. Select Preferences.
  4. Go to the Share with You tab.
  5. Uncheck the Apps like Podcasts, TV, Safari, Photos, or more, if any, of which you don’t want to receive the Shared with You content.

Method 2: Hide or Remove Shared with your On Safari Mac

We can customize the new Startup page on Safari Mac. By Removing or add a new At a Glance Section. Just like that, Use the Shared with you Section to access pinned Messages and links on Safari.

  1. Open safari On your Mac. Move to Startup Page like this.hide-or-remove-shared-with-you-on-safari-mac
  2. See the customize icon at the bottom right corner of the screen. and Uncheck the Shared with You option.turn-off-shared-with-you-on-safari-mac-customize
  3. Here we can hide on safari that doesn’t matter We have turned off Share with you by the app in Messages app explained in method 1.
  4. That’s it.

How to Turn off Shared with You in iOS and iPadOS: iPhone, iPad

For All Apps:

  1. Launch the Settings App.
  2. Swipe down the list and tap on the Messages app.
  3. There look for the Shared with You, tap on it.shared-with-you-section-from-messages-on-iphone
  4. Toggle Automatic Sharing Off.enable-or-disable-shared-with-you-content-from-messages-to-other-app-on-iphone

For Individual Apps:

  1. Open the Settings App.
  2. Go to the Messages App.
  3. Tap Shared with You.

You can turn off Shared with You for the apps which are available in the list, like Photos, Podcasts, Safari, Music, TV, etc. 

HowtoiSolve Staff

Jaysukh Patel is the founder of howtoisolve. Also self Professional Developer, Techno lover mainly for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and iOS, Jaysukh is one of responsible person in his family. Contact On: jaysukh.pharma@gmail.com [OR] admin@howtoisolve.com

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