Wondering if you waste too much time on Instagram? You’ll soon be able to find out.
Instagram is developing a new “Usage Insights” tool that’ll show you how much time you’ve spent over the product. “Any time should be positive and intentional,” CEO Kevin Systrom said in a tweet.
Systrom confirmed the feature after a developer named Jane Manchun Wong dug into the computer code of Instagram’s mobile app and noticed an upcoming “Usage Insights” section under testing. A line of computer code for the feature mentions the words “time_spent,” Wong said in a tweet.
Instagram is testing “Usage Insights” to show the amount of time users have spent on the app
Be self-aware or be prepared to be ashamed for Instagram addiction pic.twitter.com/WzyRGWIOgZ
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) May 15, 2018
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