During the last I/O conference in May, Google paid a lot of attention to their new Digital Wellbeing program. A lot of tools of this program became part of the new iteration of the mobile OS Android P. For example, the YouTube app for Android has already begun to recommend to users, who have sat too long watching videos, to take a break, as well as to limit the number of notifications about new videos.Now it has the ability to know how much time you "watched". The innovation is a further development of the aforementioned program. You can access the statistics through the account menu. There you can see exactly how much time you've spent watching videos today, and over the past seven days. Just below you can find a switch to remind you of breaks, auto-play, and a number of other settings.