YouTube wants everyone to sleep already. | YouTube adds bedtime reminders to help you log off late at night– Youtube
A new bedtime reminder feature was launched on YouTube only as a way to help users set limits for themselves, especially during this home stay period when schedules are out of everyone.
In a blog post this week, YouTube stated that the new feature lets you “set reminders at specific times to watch a video and (you guessed it!) Go to bed.” The start and end times can be set in the settings, and if you want you can choose to interrupt your video or wait until it finishes. If you want to monitor, you’ll be able to dismiss or snooze the reminder, which obviously defeats the purpose of the reminder, but when you get too fat for a video, anything happens.
Bedtime reminders are part of YouTube’s wellness and screen time tools, which were combined with Google’s digital wellbeing initiative in 2018. Other features that are already in place to help with your digital well-being include Timely viewed profiles, information about your time spent watching videos; Take a break reminder, which lets you set a reminder to take a break; Scheduled Notification Digest, a feature that allows you to combine daily push notifications into one; And the ability to disable notification sounds and vibrations.
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