The aim of this study was to assess the impact of digital-based Hadith in Islamic universities in Indonesia. The research is descriptive quantitative. Observation, questionnaires, and simple regression analysis were used to collect data. The population was IAIN Pontianak students, and the sample was 125. The study was conducted at Islamic universities in Indonesia to observe and learn about the impact of digital-based hadith in Hadith learning at Islamic universities in Indonesia. This study found a positive and significant influence on the use of digital-based Hadith in Islamic universities in Indonesia. This means that better use of Digital-Based Hadith will improve Hadith learning at Islamic universities in Indonesia. This study's qualitative findings from observations and interviews with respondents revealed that "Learning hadith using digital hadith still requires adaptation because many features are confusing. Also, choosing authentic hadiths requires care due to the abundance of advices called Nabawiyah traditions scattered throughout countless books ". This digital hadith also eliminates the need for lecturers to receive training or workshops on the use of digital hadith because lecturers are increasingly proficient in mastering the application, whether it is software or a website. So that learning can be done more efficiently with technology.