How to use youtube take a break feature

remind me take a break feature in youtube App

In order to have a society that is not so much addicted to mobile phones, and online videos, Youtube the video viewing arm of Google has introduced a new feature that alerts users to take a break whenever they are spending so much time on the video website.

This new well-being initiative feature was announced last week at Google I/O, and it is aimed at helping youtube users realize how much time they are spending on their mobile phone, in turn hopefully combating smartphone addiction.

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One of the promised features which is now live and ready for activation is a reminder in the YouTube app for users to take a break after a set amount of video watching. Details about how to setup this new feature and what exactly happens when you reach a time limit will be revealed in this post.

Youtube take a break feature: Usage guide

To get the reminder feature, you need to update or download the latest version of the YouTube app on iOS or Android and launch the App.

== > Tap on your profile and head straight to settings

== > For Android users, tap on General and go to the option labeled Remind me to take a break. In “Remind me to take a break,” you can set YouTube to alert you it’s break time every 15, 30, 60, 90 and 180 minutes.

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Once you exceed your self-imposed time limit in the YouTube app, a notification will pop up reminding you it’s time to take a break. When you are notified, you can either adjust the amount of time between interruptions or dismiss it and continue watching a video.


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