Social networks have become part of the daily life of many people, and inevitably, the mobile has contributed in large…
Social networks have become part of the daily life of many people, and inevitably, the mobile has contributed in large part to create a certain addiction to social networks. And it is that, really, what we see on the smartphone is what creates the addiction.
We have already talked about this topic many times, but today we do not come to tell you anything like that, but we’re going to show you what it is the Vero feature that all social networks should incorporate to reduce your addiction to the smartphone.
Vero is one of the latest social networks that has reached the network during recent times, and the truth is that it is a very attractive platform in which we can make all kinds of recommendations, either from books, movies, series or any type of content.
We like it a lot, but the truth is that one of the best features of the social network has arrived not too long ago, and this has arrived so that you are aware of the time you spend in front of the application. And it seems that Vero wants your stay in the social network does not take much time, and the best way to get it is to see how long you remain in the application.
As the team of the social network says, they are an ad-free platform, and the fact that you are addicted to spending time in Vero is not the company’s pretension, unlike what happens with other social networks like Facebook. Therefore, from now on, you can access from the section of your Vero profile a graphic that shows you how much time you have spent in front of the application during each day, and in what time zone.
Many times we are not aware of how much time we spend in front of mobile in social networks, and, not knowing the exact data, we do not usually worry about it. It usually happens, until a problem is mentioned, people do not usually notice it.
However, this type of graphics seems to us an essential feature that should integrate all social networks, so that users could see how much time we spend -we often waste- navigating through these networks.
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It is true that this would not end the addiction that many people have to social networks, however, it would be very positive, and we are sure that it would help enough people to realize their excessive stay in other applications such as Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
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