Google Adds Timestamp To The Searched Videos

Searching the exact part of video is quite easier now.

 

Google displays the best search results. It has an advanced search option. a user can easily types what he keywords he needs to search for. Recently, Google has launched the latest feature. It will highlight the exact part of the videos which the user searched for. The Google timestamp feature has just released yesterday. This features works by drawing timestamp information from the description of Youtube’s video. However, for now, the feature works for YouTube videos that are in the English language only. According to Google, this feature will be enhanced. It will soon work on searches in other languages. Further, it will soon include CBS and NDTV.

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In addition to this, this feature will really help students and teachers. As it will point out the part which they searched for. Thus, there is no need to view the whole video. A user can watch a chunk of it. Thus, it consumes less time. Some lectures are consist of 2 or more than 2 videos. The publishers ask again and again to subscribe. To avoid this hassle, Google‘s latest tool is here for the user’s help.

Moreover, there is a little bit of an issue. The Google timestamp feature is depending upon timestamps provided by publishers and content creators. It means that its usefulness can vary on how and what sort of information viewers provide with.

Furthermore, Google claims that this feature is more approachable and helpful to screen readers than thoe who watch the videos. It means that the exact information will be surfed in less time. It will also need less time steering the UI. Within some time, this feature will be common among all of us. Let’s wait until that time comes.

Tasbeeha Hassan

Playing with words has always been my passion. Positive vibes only.

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