Instagram and Facebook announced in August that they will launch tools that will allow users to take their time for their applications
- Instagram also added a new push push notifications push button notifying Instagram notifications
- You can also set daily reminders for yourself
Digital Well was the ultimate mantra of 2018. Google brought its digital wellness features to the new Android 9 Pie, Apple has digital wellness on iOS 12, Facebook has also announced it is working on screen style tools and now Instagram is by opening a new "Your Activity" control panel, which will tell you the amount of time you spend on the photo sharing application.
Instagram and Facebook announced in August that they will launch tools that will allow users to take their time for their applications. Although there is nothing from Facebook yet, Instagram opens the new activity control panel.
To access the dashboard, go to the Instagram profile page and hit the hamburger icon. You will see here a control panel that shows the average time you spent on the application on that particular device. You can tap on any line to see the time you spend on that particular week or day. You can also set daily reminders for yourself, which will alert you when you reach that time for the day.
"Your time at Instagram should be deliberate, positive and inspiring." When it comes to spending time on Instagram, there is no right or wrong answer as to how much or too much it is, take control of the time you spend, writes Instagram on her digital wellness page.
"The Activity Dashboard shows how much time you spent on Instagram for the day and week and the average time you have in the app You can tap and hold the blue lines to see how much time you spent on Instagram on a particular day. "
Instagram also added a new push push notifications button that will erase Instagram notifications for the amount of time you want, such as the snooze button. When the predefined time is increased, alerts will return to their previous settings without having to restore them.
Instagram launched the feature You're all caught up in July to help the user monitor the posts they have seen. Posts that have already been viewed and posts that are older than two days are displayed below the "You are all" message.
By removing the features of digital wellness, Instagram is also said to work to add Indian support to Indian users. An application researcher named Jane Manchun Wong has identified a beta version of Instagram that has comments, settings, profiles, IGTV and everything in Hindi.
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