Google’s Scheduled Pause Lets Parents Control WiFi Use

Posted by at 9:30 am on April 4, 2017

Google today added a feature to Google WiFi called Scheduled Pause.

The tool is meant to help families control and manage when devices can and cannot access the internet. Using on-device settings, Google WiFi owners can schedule brief pauses in connectivity to assist everyday activities around the home, such as bedtime, dinner, and homework, by making WiFi inaccessible.

Google says Scheduled Pause is primarily meant to help parents control screen time in the home. The tool is free to use.

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