Facebook adds a silent mode to push mobile notifications

On Thursday, Facebook's main Facebook mobile app announced a new digital well-being feature, the all-new 'Quiet Mode' for its main mobile app, which pauses 'most' pushes notification and reminds you that when you attempt to open your software on your mode, it is on.

by Nithiya

Updated: Apr 10, 2020 10:41 IST

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On Thursday, Social networking's main Facebook mobile app announced a new digital well-being feature, the all-new 'Quiet Mode' for its main mobile app, which pauses 'most' pushes notification and reminds you that when you attempt to open your software on your mode, it is on.

Instead, this new quiet mode will be found on Facebook's dashboard "Your time on Facebook," back in November 2018, following an attempt to promote digital wellness applications by leading platforms or appliance manufacturers like Apple and Google.


Facebook says it will add a week-over-week trend, daytime and night monitoring, and a counter for total visits. It's part of a more significant update to the dashboard. The company says it now rolls out to iOS users and arrives in May for Android users.

If you choose, the new Still Mode will work manually and on a specific schedule. It will halt notifications inside the app, like these disgusting Facebook Watch badges, and on the system level, so that you will not see any numbered badges on iOS.

To get the most out of your time on Facebook by checking the type of post you see on your News Feed and the updates you receive, Facebook also added new shorts to its notification settings and the News Feed Preferences pane.
 

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