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Take a Break feature on YouTube launched on Android devices

Google owned Youtube has launched new feature where users will be able to schedule custom breaks to step away from their online lives for a while. Notably, a new version of the YouTube for Android app is now rolling out with a new 'Take a Break' feature in keeping with this theme.

YouTube Take a Break feature is
available on the mobile app Setting screen. Users can set a reminder to appear every 15, 30, 60, 90, or 180 minutes. Once a user selects an option, YouTube will pause the videos at those intervals. The user can then choose either to dismiss the reminder to continue watching or close the app. Notably, the setting is optional and switched off by default.

YouTube notifications menu has also come up with new feature named  'Disable sounds & vibrations' will let you disable all notification sounds from the YouTube for Android app for a particular amount of time. The other new feature is called 'Scheduled Digest' that lets users get all of their notification once a day at a particular time.

Take a Break and other notification features are available in the latest version (13.17.55) of the YouTube app. The Take a Break feature can be accessed by going to Settings > General, and the notifications feature is available at Settings > Notifications.

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