Google first introduced Focus Mode in beta a few months back, but now the Digital Wellbeing feature is ready for primetime.
As its name suggests, Focus Mode helps you to focus on your task at hand by silencing distracting apps. You can manually select apps that might be distracting to you, such as social media or games, and Focus Mode will silence those apps' notifications until you switch it off. And if you try to use one of the silenced apps while in Focus Mode, you'll be reminded that the app is currently paused.
Google used the beta of Focus Mode to improve it before the public launch. Thanks to the beta feedback, Google added an option to schedule Focus Mode, letting you set times for it to automatically start and end during a day. Also added is the option to take a break, which lets you briefly disable Focus Mode so you can use certain apps and then silence them again when it's time to get back to work.