As noticed by Android Police (by way of XDA Editor-in-chief Mishaal Rahman), the characteristic resides within the App Permissions part that may be accessed from Settings -> Apps and notifications -> Name of the app -> App Permissions or by accessing App Info from the current apps and heading into Permissions.
It is value noting that the characteristic doesn’t revoke all of the permissions granted to an app. There are sure “auto revocable permissions” that respect this toggle and it varies based mostly on the app.
For now, we are able to’t ensure if this characteristic works as meant because it apparently takes a number of months to operate. Also, Google has not explicitly talked about the variety of months it should take for the characteristic to kick in.
Given it is a neat addition that helps stop potential information leakages since folks often have a tendency to not uninstall apps they now not use for months, we needs to be seeing it dwell within the subsequent beta launch or the next one.
However, an choice to set a customized timeframe can be a lot appreciated. Android Police notes that the record of revocable permissions change when checked at completely different time intervals, which could possibly be as a result of the characteristic is at its early phases and it explains why Google has hidden it by default on this launch.