While hanging out on many smartphones, it has become a habit to browse social media and news feeds casually on their smartphones, and the notifications received make the habit worse. To help users avoid this situation, Facebook A new feature called "Quiet Mode" was introduced to measure digital well-being.

When Silent Mode is enabled, all push notifications from Facebook will be suspended. In addition, if you enable Quiet Mode for a fixed time and try to use Facebook before the end, the app will remind you to put your phone on hold and achieve digital detoxification goals.

In addition to "Quiet Mode", Facebook has also added shortcuts for "Notification Settings" and "News Feed Preferences" to allow users to control the type of notifications they receive and to manage what they see in the feed separately content.

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