Are you also tired of those vloggers who invite you to give them a like and subscribe to their channel before they even get into the subject of their video? Are you tired of those who bring a long intro without getting straight to the point, as we do in this article?
If your answer is ‘yes’ to both questions, you’re surely not alone! And those in charge of YouTube know it very well! That’s perhaps why they’ve developed a new way to make you save some precious time while watching a video.
Are you ready for “the most replayed parts of a video”?
According to androidcentral.com, YouTube has a new interesting feature that was launched on May 18 for Android, iPhones, and PC: highlighting the “most replayed parts of a video” by displaying a graph above the progress bar. In this way, users will potentially be well aware of the best part of each video, or at least the one that causes people to be the most interested.
Here’s how YouTube itself explains the new feature on a Google support page:
Easily watch the most replayed parts of a video: while seeking, you’ll see a graph showing you the most frequently replayed parts of the video. If the graph is high, then that part of the video has been replayed often. You can use the graph to quickly find and watch those moments. Note: you may have tested this as part of an experiment, and now we’re excited to bring the feature to viewers on desktop and mobile today!
Feel free to head over to YouTube and test the new feature for yourself if you haven’t done so already!
Probably those days are finally over when vloggers beg for likes and subscriptions!