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Is there anyway in the web or the mobile apps when viewing the screen to have it auto refresh?

Sometimes I have to few the screen for extended periods of time and I'm constantly hitting refresh. It would be nice if it auto refreshed every 15 or 30 seconds while the screen view was active

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