The Divi Timer Pro modules includes many features, but some of them only apply when certain timer types are used. Below are the settings that apply specifically when the Auto-Restart timer type is used.
The Auto-Restart timer type includes an option to choose the number of recurrences. This feature allows you to set the number of times the countdown timer restarts again after the original countdown cycle. You to choose whether the countdown timer should continue to restart forever, or only keep restarting a specific number of times.
If you choose the Forever option, it is self-explanatory, this will continue to repeat indefinitely. If you choose the Custom option, it will then allow you to enter a custom number to determine how many times the timer will restart.
Keep in mind that recurrences are calculated in addition to the first countdown. For example, if the recurrences are set to a custom number such as 2, it would count down a total of 3 times (1 + 2 = 3).
The Auto-Restart timer type includes an option to use a pause interval. This feature allows you to specify a period of time when the countdown timer should be paused between the time the it ends until it starts counting down again. You can specify how long the timer is paused by setting the duration of days, hours, and minutes. During this pause, the expiry actions take effect.
Each of our three timer types include the option to choose what happens when the countdown timer ends. These also apply during the Pause Interval, so keep that in mind. The available options include hiding the timer, redirecting to another URL, showing a message, showing a button, hiding other content, and showing other content. You can learn more about each of these options in our full separate guide about the expiry actions.