How do you delete NYTimes puzzles?

You can remove a downloaded puzzle on the Crossword app from your device by pressing down on the puzzle icon. A pop-up window will then appear, allowing you to “delete puzzle”.

How do I access NYT crossword archives?

To access archived puzzles from the Games webpage:

  1. Select the hamburger menu icon on the top left-hand side of the New York Times Games homepage (
  2. Select Crossword Archives from the drop-down menu:

Can you reset New York Times Spelling Bee?

You will have to restart today’s puzzle. If you are not logged into a New York Times account, this action will also reset today’s progress on The Mini and Spelling Bee.

What time does the NYT Mini reset?

For the initial release, you can only see the leaderboard for the currently live Mini puzzle. That means when a new puzzle arrives (10 p.m. Eastern Mon. — Fri., 6 p.m. Eastern Sat. and Sun.), the leaderboard resets to reflect the new puzzle.

How do I cancel a New York Times crossword puzzle?

To cancel your Premium Crosswords subscription, visit the Premium Account area of Member Center and click on the cancel link under the heading: “My Collection.” If you encounter problems with this product, please e-mail customer service at [email protected].

Can you reset spelling bee?

Yes, a speller can restart a word — as Aryan Sant, speller 157, did when he spelled “vestibule” V-E-S-T-I-B-U-E. But once you’ve said a letter, you can’t change its placement.

Is there always a pangram in spelling bee?

Scoring points leads to progressively higher praise for the player’s effort, such as “Solid”, “Amazing”, and “Genius”. Each puzzle is guaranteed to have at least one pangram, which awards the player the largest number of points when found.

What day is the easiest crossword?

The puzzle becomes increasingly difficult throughout the week, with the easiest puzzle on Monday and the most difficult puzzle on Saturday. The larger Sunday crossword, which appears in The New York Times Magazine, is an icon in American culture; it is typically intended to be as difficult as a Thursday puzzle.