How to Turn Off Autoplay on YouTube: A Step-by-Step Guide

Turn Autoplay on or off Go to the watch screen of any video. At the bottom of the video player, click the Autoplay switch to set it to On or Off .

Are you tired of YouTube Autoplay turning on for the next video, even when you don’t want it to? You’re not alone. Many people find it frustrating when they have to manually turn off Autoplay every time they watch a video. But don’t worry, there’s an easy solution!

In this article, we’ll walk you through how to turn off Autoplay on YouTube permanently. We’ll focus on scenario 1: how to stop Autoplay on YouTube for the next video. For other scenarios, the author promises to make separate videos with new steps soon.

First, open Google Chrome and click on the three dots at the top right. Click on “More tools” and then “Clear browsing data.” Make sure all the boxes are checked, and then click on “Clear data.”

Next, log in to your YouTube/Google account and play any video. Click on the little toggle button to turn off Autoplay on YouTube. This is a one-time process. Then, refresh the page.

To test it, play a video now. It should no longer show the countdown timer for the next video, nor should it Autoplay. As long as you’re logged into YouTube, Autoplay will stay off.

If you’re using a different web browser, you can Google how to clear cache and cookies in Firefox, Safari, etc.

That’s it! With these simple steps, you can turn off Autoplay on YouTube permanently. No more frustration over the next video starting automatically.

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