Instagram has announced a new tool under its time management section, the ‘Quiet Mode’. This allows users to take a break from the app by muting notifications, auto-replying to DMs, and setting status to ‘In Quiet Mode’ to inform others that one is not inactive.

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Instagram tweeted a post providing a brief on the feature.

In addition, Instagram said it will send out an alert to teens to enable the feature if they’re using the app late at night for a “short” period, but the company did not specify the details on what it considers short.

‘Quiet Mode’ lets Instagrammers take a break from the app to study, sleep, or rest their eyes. Once Quiet Mode is turned off, the app will offer a summary of all the things users have missed.

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‘Quiet Mode’ has launched in the US, UK, Ireland, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Instagram says it will roll out the latest feature to other countries soon.