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YouTube’s Bedtime Reminders will tell you to stop watching and go to sleep; Here’s how to set it

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YouTube recently released a new feature on the mobile app to hep you manage your screen time. Bedtime Reminders will remind you to stop watching watching videos at night.

With bedtime reminders, you can set reminders at specific times to stop watching videos and go to sleep. Users can also snooze the reminder (for 10 minutes) or dismiss it altogether once the alerts notifies you. The feature is currently rolling out to Android and iOS devices

Also Read: How to install YouTube Vanced, a YouTube app alternative

YouTube Bedtime Reminders

Here’s how to turn it on/off in the settings.

  1. Open the YouTube app.
  2. Go to Settings> General.
  3. Look for Remind me when it’s bedtime and turn it on/off.
  4. Set the start and end times.

You can also set Wait until I finish my video to show reminder here.

While you’re there, you might as well set Remind me to take a break and set the Appearance to use the dark theme.

You’re welcome.

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Bryan is a tech and gadget enthusiast who spends his day blogging, writing fiction, and watching NBA clips on YouTube.

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