See if Liam is online and has started Play Time or Study Time.
How much time today has Liam spent on screens?
Screen Time Today shows when his screen time is available, his daily allowance, how much time he’s used already, and how many Points he has in the bank.
Liam finished 2 of his 6 Tasks today.
If he forgets to mark a Task as done, you can do it for him here!
Set daily Play Time Schedules for Liam.
Outside these time periods, Liam will not be able to browse websites, play games or open apps.
The limits are defined by setting the EARLIEST and LATEST times that Liam can use his Play Time Allowance
Let Liam spend the Points he’s earned on Bonus Play Time! Don’t worry, you can limit how much Bonus Screen Time Liam can unlock.
Liam just needs 5 more minutes to finish the level and save his game!
Head off arguments by letting him extend Play Time by 5 minutes. (He can only do this once a day)
Here you can choose the right Study Time approach for Liam.
Set “Study Time is the default” to allow Study Time all day.
You can set up Study Time schedules to create a regular routine for Liam.
Quick Start Study Time lets you instantly start Study Time.
Filter website categories, websites or apps you don’t wish Liam to access during Play Time or Study Time.
Set web and app filters specifically for Study Time.
*Apps cannot be filtered for iOS.
Liam completes the Tasks you set and earns Points.
These can be spent on Bonus Play Time or non-screen Rewards.
Easily set up Tasks to approve and assign a Points value if appropriate.
You can also motivate Liam with non-screen Rewards!
Hmmm, it’s almost dinner time.
Pause Everything will have Liam seated around the table in minutes.
Liam has done something unexpectedly nice…
Why not give him a little Free Play</strong? (it won’t affect his Daily Allowance).
You can manually subtract time from Liam’s Daily Allowance to account for time spent on non-Habyts devices.
Here’s a quick overview of how Liam spends his screen time!
Need more information?
Drill down into Liam’s daily screen time usage for a particular day.
You can see how many minutes he’s spent in Play Time and Study Time, and the websites or apps he’s used.
Your parental control filters can be found on the Time tab.
Easily filter different categories of websites that Liam is allowed to access.
You can set different categories for Study Time or Play Time.
Block individual websites in selected periods during Play Time, Study Time or all the time.
Block selected apps* in Play Time, Study Time or all the time.
Only on Windows & Android
On iOS devices, Habyts can block all apps – but not individual ones.
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