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Facebook (FB) has joined the recent efforts to help curb Internet addiction. In August, the company introduced screen-time management dashboards on both its flagship namesake app and Instagram. These two services reach over 3.2 billion people each month, according to Facebook’s latest quarterly report.
From the dashboard, people can pull up their usage data, such as how many minutes they have spent on a service each day in the last week. Users can also go to the dashboard to set limits on the amount of time they would like to spend on a service each day. The app sends out alerts when the limit is reached, but it doesn’t restrict further usage.
Facebook Is Making Efforts to Curb Service Addiction https://t.co/qUqmh96qcc
— WY_Butler (@WY_Butler) August 30, 2018
— Van Nguyen (@SocialMeSavvy) August 27, 2018
Facebook and Instagram might be able to help you curb your phone addiction. With the release of “usage insights”, users can check how much time they’ve spent scrolling and set a reminder for when they’ve reached an allocated time. pic.twitter.com/lfplBIQfbY
— Woven Agency (@WovenAgency) August 14, 2018
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