Google Will Enhance its Digital Wellbeing Measures

Google Digital Wellbeing

Almost two years ago, tech giant Google had launched its solution to help users keep good digital hygiene and called it Digital Wellbeing. And now, it is about to get a big update with some new features.

According to an app teardown of the beta version, Google will add Sleep Habit Tracking and Night Notes to its Digital Wellbeing. As the name denotes, the Sleep Habit Tracking will use the default Google Clock app and the phone’s motion sensors to determine whether a user is sleeping or not. It will also track which apps you use when you are preparing to sleep.

Google will give users the option to opt out of the daily device usage functionality in terms of activity tracking. This basically includes everything that tracks your app usage, phone unlocks, total screen-on time, and more.

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One more new feature that Google is adding is named Night Notes, which basically lets users write down notes when lying in bed. When the user wakes up, Digital Wellbeing will follow up with them regarding their notes and whether they want to read it.

Lastly, Google is planning to enable sharing the data with third-party apps as well.

What do you think of these new additions?