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I want my WP8 phone (Lumia 920) to be in Silent mode on every Sunday from 9 to 11 AM and be released from it automatically or to a particular time when I am in a meeting, which could be in my Calender.

So is there a way to achieve this? something like that would integrate with my calender and set the phone to auto silence, to a particular meeting or a series.

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Perhaps not by particular time, but I understand you should be able to automate it a bit with NFC tags. This would require that you be allowed to place NFC tags in the areas you need them, and remember to tap them at the appropriate times. –  Iszi Mar 22 '13 at 17:47

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A feature called "Quiet Hours" has been introduced into the core operating system with the 8.1 update. You can trigger quiet hours manually, or automatically with a preset time (e.g. via a calendar event). A cool feature related to quiet hours is the concept of an "Inner Circle". This is a group of contacts, e.g. your significant other, who may contact you regardless of your quiet hours setting.

You can access the new quiet hours feature via Settings → Quiet hours. For more details, wpcentral.com has a nice writeup with screenshots on how to use the new features.

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Important note: Quiet Hours only works when Cortana is enabled. –  Indrek May 3 at 15:01

There is currently no way to do this.

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Yes there is, the app is called Quiet Hours. You can set a Schedule and choose what volume to set to.

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It would be useful to include details of where this setting is, and how to set it in your answer –  Rowland Shaw Jan 29 at 8:41

You cannot do this, and you cannot create an app to do this for you because there is not direct access from the API to communicate with the ringer/silencer. This is definitelly one of the drawbacks.

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