We all know very well that the social network giant Facebook wants all its users to spend their maximum time in the social network. But after some time this thirst for information turns out to be addictive and there is a constant search for more. Hence, the social network giant Facebook just introduced a new tool to fight social media addiction.
Addicted To Facebook? This Tool Will Help You To Fight Social Media Addiction
We all know very well that the social network giant Facebook wants all its users to spend their maximum time in the social network. Only in this way it can ensure the usage and publications are maximized.
Of course many consider that this constant presence may already be an addiction and it should be treated. However, noa, the social network giant Facebook seems to be aware of this and is already working to solve this problem.
Most Facebook users and other social networks abuse the time they spend within these virtual worlds. It is a constant flow of information that many seek to make the most of and thus keep up to date.
But after some time this thirst for information turns out to be addictive and there is a constant search for more. These are abnormal situations and the social network giant Facebook wants to eliminate, hence, it has already started working on the necessary tools for this.
A new feature was discovered in the trial version of the Facebook app for Android, which will show the user the time they have spent within the social network.
Facebook is working on "Your Time on Facebook" which could help users to manage their time spent on Facebook app.
Instagram is also working on helping users to improve their digital wellbeing: https://t.co/y38mV3RtqB
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The “Your Time on Facebook” feature will show users how long they’ve spent within the social network in the last 7 days, as well as the average time per day that was spent within the app.
Of course, this information is useful, but the social network giant Facebook will also allow alerts to be created to notify users whenever certain time limits are exceeded.
This recent concern over the past time has been widening in the world of mobile devices. The tech giant Google paved the way with Android P and the tech giant Apple followed it with iOS 12. At the same time, the app itself started to alert users and Facebook seems to be the next to be present in this field.
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