Meta’s Instagram launched a new feature called “Quiet Mode” on Thursday to expand its section of time management tools.
This feature addresses user anxiety about leaving the app by silencing incoming notifications, automatically replying to DMs, and letting friends know they are not currently using the app by setting their status to “Quiet Mode”. is intended to reduce .
In addition to this feature, the social media platform is rolling out a number of other features focused on teenager safety on the app, including more parental control tools and other tools to manage recommendations. .
This isn’t the first time Instagram has tried to come up with features to help manage its users’ time. Yes, and send an alert. There’s also the ability to set a ‘break’ reminder after an individual app session exceeds a certain amount of time, as well as various tools to pause, snooze, limit, page, group, and unfollow people, helping to reduce addiction and addiction. Helps further reduce involvement in Content that is otherwise undesirable.
Quient Mode, however, is something else because it focuses on the real-world impact that comes with trying to step away from the apps you use regularly. This mode allows Instagram users to take a break — study, sleep, or otherwise take a break from work. This is like the Instagram equivalent of turning off the lights for instant her messages. When users choose to exit Quiet Mode, the app provides an overview of what they missed during their downtime, helping them catch up.
Nick Clegg, President of Global Affairs at Meta, tweeted: For users in the US, UK, Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and all other countries. “
Meanwhile, Meta and its family of apps make regular updates to protect teens from online harassment and unsolicited ads.