Youtube Video Embeds Redesigned With Handy Shortcuts

Youtube keeps on introducing new features for its users. A few days back, Youtube updated their FAQ page by providing information about a new beta program for Android users. Then, we came to know that Youtube is testing the picture-in-picture mini floating window for its web users. The platform has made a quite big change. Recently, Youtube Video Embeds got redesigned bringing new handy features and shortcuts that had made things easier for the users.

Youtube Video Embeds New Channel Shortcut Lets Users Subscribe A Channel From An Embedded Video

The biggest change that has come in the newly redesigned version is the new channel shortcut in the top left corner of the embed. Furthermore, this shortcut displays all the information related to the particular channel. It includes:

  • Full channel name
  • Total number of subscribers
  • Option to subscribe
  • Turn on upload notifications option

On the right side of the video embed, there are also the sharing and Watch Later options. So, now you will not have to leave the video and go to a particular channel in order to subscribe to it. You can simply use the handy shortcut to do so. Overall this update may seem like a small change. However, this is not the case though. It will help the Channel creators and YouTube personalities to grow their subscriber base. However, people have started facing problem due to this change. They took it to Twitter. Let’s have a look at that:

Furthermore, YouTube has also launched a new Miniplayer feature on the site that allows you to Watch Videos & Browse YouTube while you are browsing other section of the website. While watching the other section, the video you are watching can be seen in a smaller window which allows you to explore and watch at the same time.

Laiba Mohsin

Laiba is an Electrical Engineer seeking a placement to gain hands-on experience in relevant areas of Telecommunication. She likes to write about tech and gadgets. She's is known for her love for cats, music, traveling and exploring things.
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