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YouTube Spot Test Stories Tab, Gesture-Based Video Interface

YouTube Spot Test Stories Tab, Gesture-Based Video Interface
YouTube Spot Test Stories Tab, Gesture-Based Video Interface

Highlights

YouTube can soon apply stories like Snapchat
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  Subscription button will be reported on stories
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  New video swapping gesture is also being tested
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YouTube Spot Test Stories Tab, Gesture-Based Video Interface


YouTube is testing two new features that can quickly make its way onto the mobile app. First of all, YouTube has been seen to apply the first 'Stories' seen on Snapchat, after which there were clones on Instagram, Facebook, Facebook Messenger and What'sapp. According to leakage, stories will be shown at the top of the user's feed. Another feature is that YouTube has the ability to use the gesture controls to switch between video on your mobile app, the test has been seen. Specifically, both of these features are being tested with the randomly selected set of users and such a A / B test does not guarantee release in the future.

At this time, only a few users outside the test group can actually post content on the stories, the Italian blog reports on the Android World. The report continues to claim that stories are showing on the YouTube app's homepage as well as on other tabs. An account profile with a new story is shown around the picture with a red ring. The Stories tabs on YouTube will reportedly play a subscription-to-action button, and users will not be able to respond to the story. However, after the feature is widely exhausted, these features can only be verified.

In November last year, YouTube unveiled a story like Reels, which enables the creator on the platform to upload previews for future updates. It allows the creators to develop many stories that will run forever. Reels are considered to be available only to manufacturers with more than 10,000 counters. With the reels, the new stories format show stories from the creators followed by the user rather than the other users.

In addition, YouTube has also seen test gesture-based swiping functionality to switch between videos on stage. This development is a courtesy Google+ user who comes, who thinks it has been accessed. This feature will include easy switching between related video by dragging the left or right of the video running on the screen. In addition to this extra functionality, all other actions on the YouTube app are expected to remain stable.

Last month, a blog post by YouTube CEO Susan Wojkii contained detailed information on the company's five major priorities, which included transparency and improved communication. In addition, they also said that whenever a new feature is being tested, YouTube will try to notify the users. It seems that this is not the case with recent developments, although in the coming days, we can expect updates from the YouTube team.
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