Google’s new Digital Wellbeing feature — Focus Mode — is now out of beta and rolling out to all devices supporting Digital Wellbeing and parental controls.
Find your focus. Now out of beta, Focus mode on @Android helps you get things done by temporarily pausing apps so you can concentrate on the task at hand → https://t.co/VOugewQfgm pic.twitter.com/FW32SkUyWv
— Google (@Google) December 4, 2019
The feature for Android devices allows one to turn off distractions such as social media updates or email notifications until they want to focus on a particular task, TechCrunch notes.
Focus Mode now comes with a scheduling feature that allows users to continually block app notifications for the days and times of choice. There’s also a new break option that lets you use the silenced apps for a specific time before you go back working again.
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