YouTube Time Feature will Now Tell You How Much Time you Spend on App

All tech giants are worried about your digital health. So they want you to cut off the time you spend on the social media platforms. Just recently Facebook was reported to working on a “time feature” that will let you know the amount of time you have wasted while using the app. Google also wants you to save your precious time especially the time you spend watching YouTube Videos with Youtube time feature.

YouTube Time Feature- Replica of Facebook Time tool

YouTube is one of the most famous videos streaming sites and is the second most trafficked website in the world. Now Google is rolling out a feature for both iOS and Android that will track the amount of time you spend while watching videos on the YouTube.

While announcing this news, YouTube said in a statement that:

 “Our goal is to provide a better understanding of time spent on YouTube, so you can make informed decisions about how you want YouTube to best fit into your life.”

How to Check the time You have Spent on YouTube:

When YouTube will launch this feature, you will be able to check the spent by following these steps:

  • go to your account menu
  • Click on the “time watched.”

Upon clicking it, you will be able to see the number of minutes or hour you have spent while watching YouTube videos for the same day, yesterday or past weeks.

If you want that YouTube should track the time you spent on the app, just disable YouTube watch history. If the videos are deleted from YouTube or you have watched videos in incognito mode, the time statistics will not be tracked.

Facebook and Instagram have already rolled out time management features to help users follow their social media usage on those sites.

Also Read: Facebook is Reportedly Working on A “Your Time on Facebook” Feature

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Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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