YouTube for Android adds a feature to show the amount of time you spend in viewing

Google announced in last May during the annual Developers Conference Google I/O, 2018 on “general digital” Digital Wellbeing is a new feature in the Android system aims to help users adjust their use of what does not affect their health.

After the launch of the final version of the latest version of the Android system beginning of the current month, was the advantage of Digital Wellbeing one of the new features that comes out Android 9 Bay, then launched as a demo on the Play Store.

In the same framework of the initiative of Digital Wellbeing, the Google added a new feature to the YouTube application on behalf of a “time viewer” Time Watched a statistics show the amount of time spent by the user on the app today and yesterday during the seven days past, in addition to the daily rate.

Within feature Time Watched also there are tools to manage your time on YouTube, such as the option to “remind me to take a break.” Remind me to take a break, and disable AutoPlay option for video following.

Referred to it can not take advantage of the Time watched only when the activation record viewing on YouTube. It also includes the option of compiling notices of all videos to be sent at a time specified by you, along with the option to disable the sounds and vibrations of notifications in a given period of time.

This can be access to feature Time watched by the settings of the YouTube app under “my channel” My channel.

In case you didn’t show your new feature, you can download the latest version of the YouTube application from the Play Store, and you can also download the app as APK standalone of here.




What do you think of this feature? Do you see it useful? Let me know in the comments.

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