Instagram will soon show how long you spend looking at avocado toast

Instagram will soon show how long you spend looking at avocado toast

Instagram will soon show how long you spend looking at avocado toast

Facebook-owned Instagram is following the footsteps of its parent to build tools that will address the concern and help you spend more time away from the screen.

Twitter user Jane Manchun Wong has found some code in the Instagram app which reveals that Instagram is testing a feature called 'Usage Insights' that will show you how much time you spend in the Instagram app.

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Systrom says Instagram wants the time spent within the app to be "positive and intentional".

Though the feature has been confirmed, no additional details have been shared yet. Understanding how time online impacts people is important, and it's the responsibility of all companies to be honest about this.

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Systrom did not specify if the feature will show the total time someone spends on the app, or whether these figures will be broken down further by day, week, or month.

Either way, someday, you just might be able to tell how many hours you've spent checking out other people's photos on Instagram. This will allow users to break down their personal usage, getting an idea of time spent, data shared and much more throughout the app. It also confirmed that YouTube will soon include things like usage stats and notification reductions to make it easier for you to stay away from the smartphone.

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