How to use reduce motion on a website

What is reduced motion?

If Reduce Motion is enabled in your accessibility preferences, the animations are toned down to a simple dissolve without vestibular motion triggers.

How to Enable Reduce Motion in Helperbird

Step 1: Click on the Helperbird extension icon in your browser's toolbar to open the menu.

Step 2: Scroll to or search for the 'Reduce Motion' section within the menu.

Step 3: Locate the 'Reduce Motion' option.

Step 4: Toggle the switch next to 'Reduce Motion' to the 'On' position to activate the feature.

Step 5: The page content will now have less motion for a more comfortable viewing experience.

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