Instagram began to develop time management tools published by the social network in Facebook during the summer.
As part of a significant change in the main technology companies to better address digital well-being, Facebook and Instagram said a new site of action would be added to the site to allow users to track their time on the site and have no notifications.
It followed Apple's and Google's announcement that it will present activity tracking tools and a time limit that will allow users to monitor and limit their digital activity if they want to.
Some Instagram users are now reporting to see the tools, but they will still live on Facebook.
In Instagram, users will be shown a chart that will daily explain their application usage in detail and be able to set daily reminders when they reach any time limit they set themselves.
Notifications can also be silenced for a limited time.
At the time of publishing features, Facebook said it wants "the time people spend on Facebook and Instagram are intentional, positive, and inspirational."
"It's not just about the time people spend on Facebook and Instagram, but how they spend that time," the social network said in a statement.
"It's our responsibility to talk openly about how time on the Internet affects people – and we take this seriously. These new tools are an important first step, and we are committed to continuing our work to nurture safe, friendly and supportive communities for everyone."