Android 9 Pie added new Digital Wellbeing feature that include Dashboard, Wind down, Do not disturb and manage notifications in your device. But in this tutorial, I’ll show you how to use Dashboard on Android 9 Pie. Android Dashboard app is useful to check screen time, show notifications receive, screen unlock and more settings.
You can get Digital Wellbeing in Android 9 Pie here. It will useful to how frequently used apps, daily view of time spent on phone and more. Also set daily time limits for particular app that automatically paused app after reach the limit you set. Check out below given settings to use Dashboard on Android 9 Pie device.
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How to use Dashboard on Android 9 Pie
You can use Android dashboard app on your Pixel device using below given settings.
Step 1: Swipe down notification panel from top of the screen and tap Settings gear icon
Step 2: Scroll down up to Digital Wellbeing and tap on it
Below given Android Pie Digital Wellbeing screen is view in your android device.
Step 3: Tap Dashboard
Step 4: By default see screen time of app in your device
Step 5: Tap Screen time down arrow
You can see screen time, notifications received and times opened.
Screen time: Useful to see how many time use apps on your device as daily or hourly.
Notifications received: How many notifications you received for particular app in your device.
Times opened: How many times unlocked your android device
Step 6: Choose option from above given
You can also set app limit on android 9 Pie using below given settings.
Set app limit on Android 9 Pie
Settings > Digital wellbeing > Dashboard > Tap Timer icon > Set app timer > OK
After reach app time limit, you can see “app isn’t available” message on the screen in your android 9 Pie devices including Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL. Now that android app paused since your app timer ran out. Also remove app timer using same above settings to use app again without complete timer.
And that’s it. We hope this makes it clear how to use Dashboard on Android 9 Pie. Are you using the Digital Wellbeing feature on your Pie devices? Let us know in the below comments section!