Android 10 is the latest operating system from Google which is available on several smartphones today. Although the level of adoption is not high, a number of well-known brands have confirmed that they will immediately launch their new product with this OS. In fact, devices with Android 9.0 Pie are ready to receive an update in the near future.
Well , one of the interesting features presented by Android 10 is Focus Mode. For those who don’t know, Focus Mode is part of Google Digital Wellbeing which functions to temporarily stop applications that have the potential to distract, for example social media or instant messaging applications such as WhatsApp.
With Focus Mode you will not receive notifications from these applications, so you can concentrate more while doing something or even get better sleep quality. Please note that Focus Mode is different from Do Not Disturb which sets the phone as a whole to silent mode.
Focus Mode can be activated manually or scheduled at certain times, for example when you are at work, college / school, or are praying. You can also take a break from the serious activity you’re working on, and turn notifications back on for just 5, 10, or 30 minutes.
Come on, just see how to use Focus Mode on Android 10:
1. Enter Settings.
2. Select Digital Wellbeing & Parental Controls.
3. In the Ways to Disconnect section you will find the Focus Mode.
4. Tap Focus mode, then select which apps you want to put in this mode.
5. Select Turn On Now.
6. If you are resting and want to reactivate all notifications, select Take A Break then specify the desired duration of time.
How? It’s easy, right? Just to remind you, Focus Mode will be available on all smartphones that have adopted Android 10. Good luck!