Throughout the Google I/O 2018 keynote, the Huge G presented a series of brand-new ‘Digital Health’ functions. While a few of these functions are just concerning Android P, others are concerning numerous apps, consisting of YouTube.
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One such function is the capability to have YouTube advise you to stop viewing videos. As it would end up, Google is not waiting till “later on this year” to launch this function to users.
There is a back-end upgrade concerning YouTube which allows the tips within the app. Here are the settings you have to follow in order to allow tips:
- Open YouTube
- Tap your profile image in the leading right-hand corner
- Select Settings
- Select General
- Tap ‘ Advise me to take a break‘
From there, you will see a number of various pointer frequencies:
- Never Ever
- Every 15 minutes
- Every 30 minutes
- Every 60 minutes
- Every 90 minutes
- Every 180 minutes
After the “timer” has actually gone out, a pop-up message will appear recommending it’s time to take a break. Furthermore, you can utilize this pop-up to either dismiss the message or return to YouTube’s settings to change the frequency.
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As we pointed out above, this is not offered for everybody simply. Rather, you will need to wait on Google to “flip-the-switch” and allow this brand-new function for your gadgets.
However let’s be severe. Simply restrict your YouTube consumption and go get some fresh air! Let us understand exactly what you think of this function and Google’s brand-new “Digital Wellness” motion.