"Thanks for all your feedback, we made some improvements and are now ready to roll out this new sharing feature to all users globally". The new feature will be available starting today for all YouTube users on mobile devices.
YouTube added a new tab to its mobile app that enables all end-users to share videos directly on YouTube.
The new Shared tab in the YouTube app will show you past videos you have shared and were shared with you, alongside any conversations you have around them.
The feature is easy to use - allowing the user to share with contact from their phone's address book.
YouTube has started rolling out new features which allow users to share videos and chat with their friends and foe.
It might also be another opportunity for marketers, who can use the feature to share their video content or encourage influencers to share with their communities. After selecting the contacts, you also get a text window to caption your message. Along with watching videos on YouTube users share many videos with their peers. Anyone added to the chat can share their own favorite YouTube videos as well, which means that a single thread can serve the objective of discussing multiple videos at the same time.
"We've been experimenting with a better way to share videos on YouTube since a year ago".
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Google says that some suggested contacts may also be people that a user has interacted with on YouTube or other Google services. You also will have the ability to invite other contacts to the conversation and like comments, too.
In total, the four videos have been watched more than 356,000 times. To see what I mean, go to the desktop version of YouTube, find your favorite slow song, change the playback speed to 1.25x or 1.5x, and witness that composition in an entirely new light.
'How can I remove this extra button or disable this feature?' asked another. It's important to note that YouTube has had icons like this to describe video monetization for quite some time.
YouTube app serves the objective of a platform for users where they can easily watch videos online.
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