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Instagram Take a Break: how to activate or deactivate the feature
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(Pocket-lint) – Instagram has a feature called Take a Break, which is a tool designed to “help people make informed decisions about how they spend their time” on the social platform.
Users who have been browsing Instagram for a while will receive a reminder on their screen to take a break.
Here’s everything you need to know about Instagram’s Take a Break feature, including how it works, how to turn it on or off, and where is it available.
How does Instagram’s Take a Break work?
Once setup is complete, Instagram’s Pause feature will notify you if you have been scrolling through the app for the time period you selected by suggesting that you take a break.
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You can choose to turn off the Take a break feature completely, or you can choose to be alerted to take a break after 10 minutes, 20 minutes, or 30 minutes.
When you get the Take a Break reminder, Instagram will offer you a few suggestions of other things you can do, like take a few deep breaths, write down what on your mind, listen to your favorite song, or do something on your to-do list. . The idea is that you take a moment to pause and reset. The reminder also gives you the option to set another reminder.
How to turn Instagram’s pause feature on or off
The Instgram Take a Break feature is in addition to the daily reminder limit feature. To activate or deactivate the Take a break function, do the following:
- Open the Instagram app
- Tap the three lines in the upper right corner
- Tap your activity
- Select the Time tab at the top
- From there you will see the Pause function and can turn it off or select the length of time you have chosen.
Where is the Instagram Take a Break feature available?
The Take a Break Instagram feature launched on December 8, 2021. It is currently available in the US, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. It will be launched worldwide in early 2022.
Written by Britta O’Boyle. Originally published on .