6. In Sunan ibn Majah it appears that recite:
7. In Sunan At-Tirmidhi and others:
From its benefits is that whoever says it in the morning or evening four times Allah will free him from the Fire.
In the evening say, “Allahumma innee amsaytu… [O Allah, I have ended another day],” in the place of “Allahumma innee asbahtu…”
9. In Sunan Abu Daw’oud and Musnad Imam Ahmad:
Both of the above supplications come in the same narration. They have been separated because in the hadeeth they did not come as one single supplication. They are to be read three times each in the morning and evening.
11. In Saheeh Al-Bukhari:
From its benefits is that whoever says it, having full conviction in it, and dies during the night will enter Paradise; likewise, if he says it and dies during the day he will enter Paradise, as narrated in the same hadeeth.
12. Narrated by Imam Ahmad in his Musnad:
From its benefits is that whoever said this in the morning has fulfilled his gratitude to Allah for the day, and whoever says it in the evening has fulfilled his gratitude to Allah for the night, as narrated in the same hadeeth.
[Book: More than 1000 Sunan Every Day and Night (Adhkar Min Alf Sunnah Fee Al-Yawm Wa Al-Laylah, Dar-us-Salaam Publications)]