Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Facebook-owned photograph messaging application Instagram is currently revealing its own “Your Activity” feature that would track how much time people spend on the application. The element, which lies inside the “more options” symbol on the upper right corner of your profile page, includes features for fixing day by day time limits and the option to temporarily mute push notifications, The Verge investigated Wednesday. The feature was announced in August aiming to give users more command over how they communicate on social media that might be unsafe to the mental health and of the clients whenever used more than limit. Facebook is expected to add the same feature to its activity dashboard, which is to be classified “Your time on Facebook”. A same feature called “Screen Time” has been presented by Apple on its iOS, and with Google likewise releasing an “Digital Wellness” dashboard with Android 9.0, tech organizations are thinking about clients better deal with their time using applications, the report included.