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Is there a way to set time restrictions per day on certain websites like YouTube on my own admin account? (preferably free)

I tried the application SelfControl , but there aren't many options, and I have to set it every time I want to block websites.

If nothing, what other tips are there to limit myself from distracting websites?

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  • Did you try WasteNoTime already? – klanomath Feb 6 '16 at 17:44
  • No, thanks, I haven't heard of that one. I will check it out. – Skyler 440 Feb 6 '16 at 17:49
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If you visit YouTube or other time-consuming sites with your web browser you can install either WasteNoTime (Safari or Google) or LeechBlock (FireFox). WasteNoTime is/was inspired by LeechBlock.

The extension (I only tested it in Chrome) is adequately adjustable by using blacklists and whitelists.

By adding chrome://extensions to the block list you can even hinder yourself disabling or uninstalling the extension.

These extensions are not infallible though: you can still just remove it using the Finder.

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Try Freedom service. It has nice free features as well as extended paid ones.

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