The “snooze” feature of an alarm is one that many people like to use to help them wake up. Your alarm goes off, and you have the option of delaying it for a few more minutes. This gives you a little extra time to come to terms with getting out of bed, which can help your day start a little better. The snooze option is available with your iPhone alarms, and you can add it to an existing alarm.
The steps in this guide will show you how to edit an existing alarm so that you can add the snooze feature to it. We will also show you what it looks like when the alarm goes off so that you can see how you need to select the snooze option.
Use the Snooze on an iPhone Alarm
The steps below will show you how to edit an existing alarm so that you have the option to snooze it. If you do not yet have an alarm on your iPhone, then this article will show you how to create one from scratch.
Step 1: Tap the Clock icon on your Home screen.
Step 2: Tap the Alarm button at the bottom of the screen.
Step 3: Select the Edit option at the top-left corner of the screen.
Step 4: Select the alarm to which you want to add a snooze option.
Step 5: Touch the button to the right of Snooze to turn it on for that alarm, then touch the Save button at the top-right corner of the screen.
When the alarm goes off, you will be able to touch a part of the screen to snooze the alarm. It will then go off a few minutes later.
While you have the option of creating multiple alarms on your iPhone, you might prefer to edit an existing alarm instead. This can be helpful if you are worried about multiple alarms going off, and simply want to deal with one alarm on your device.
Matthew Burleigh has been writing tech tutorials since 2008. His writing has appeared on dozens of different websites and been read over 50 million times.
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