Quick—open up Safari on your iPhone and hit the View Tabs button in the bottom right.
If your phone is like mine, you’ve got a stack with dozens of tabs… leftover pages opened from social media posts, movie times from the film I saw weeks ago, search results, you name it. I don’t need any of that stuff anymore, but it’s kind of a pain to go swiping through all my open tabs every few weeks to clean out the cruft.
Fortunately, iOS 13 adds a new feature to Safari that can automatically close tabs after a period of time. It’s easy to set, if you know where to look.
First, open the Settings app.
Then scroll down to Safari settings and tap on that.
This article was originally posted on Macworld