YouTube Music's 'Sleep Timer' Comes to Streaming Music Version


YouTube Music's 'Sleep Timer' Comes to Streaming Music Version


YouTube Music yesterday had made a statement that they will release the Sleep Timer feature on their Podcast, some time ago the Podcast has been released in the United States. Now, Sleep Timer has also begun to be presented for Music Streaming mode.

YouTube Music again released the feature improvements they provide to their users, which are now presented globally to all YouTube Music users around the world. The improved feature is Sleep Timer which is one of the features that many users have requested.

This feature was actually first introduced through the Podcasts feature that will be coming to YouTube Music, but there are many user requests that say that Sleep Timer should be present in Streaming Music mode not just Streaming Podcasts. Regarding this, YouTube Music finally obeys what its consumers want.

This Sleep Timer feature will be released along with the YouTube Music Podcast which is currently only released in the United States. So it is likely that the next release will come with two new features from YouTube Music, namely Podcasts and Sleep Timer.

If the user chooses this feature, then later they will get several desired time settings such as starting from 5/15/30 minutes to 1 hour. There's also an option to stop the song when the entire track has been played. Suitable for those of you who want to listen to the entire Playlist.

"Besides podcasting support, Youtube Music has been rolling out several quality-of-life improvements lately. A general YouTube Music sleep timer is now rolling out. With today's US launch of podcasts, the sleep timer is also more widely rolling out for songs. It's at the bottom of the overflow menu with 5, 15, 30 minutes, 1 hour, and End of track increments."

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