YouTube Now Lets You Skip To The Best Part Of A Video

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The new feature has apparently started going out to select online and mobile users, although it is still not broadly available.
This new function was previously only available to YouTube Premium subscribers, but the OTT platform has now chosen to make it available to all users.

According to a media report, YouTube has begun marking the “most replayed parts of a video” in a graph above the progress bar, allowing users to jump to the most significant or repeated part of a clip without having to skip every five or ten seconds.
According to Phone Arena, the higher the peak on the graph, the more times that segment of the video was replayed by other users.
According to the article, viewers will get a new message underneath the thumbnail that says “most replayed” when they rewind the video to the most watchable point.

The new feature has apparently started going out to select online and mobile users, although it is still not broadly available.
This new function was previously only available to YouTube Premium subscribers, but the OTT platform has now chosen to make it available to all users.

How will the new YouTube graph benefit users?

It takes a long time for content makers to get to the point.
After paid ads and general niceties, the video’s goal is frequently buried deep within the video.
Users may now see the most viewed segment of a “How to” video when they open it, which could be the part where the creator teaches how to perform the thing they want to learn, and skip right to it.

Users will also be able to skip to their favourite scene in a movie or TV show with the new function.

A possible issue for creators

According to the Phone Arena research, with YouTube’s new graph feature, users are more likely to go to the most interesting part of a video and then depart, resulting in a clip with a shorter viewing duration.

If you’re a YouTube content creator, you know how vital it is for people to watch the entire video.
This will show the platform’s algorithms that the content you create is interesting and valuable, causing them to recommend your videos to more people, resulting in more views and, ultimately, more ad money.

YouTube is also going to add new features.

YouTube is getting more than just a new graph.
According to the Phone Arena article, the video platform also announced the launch of a “Single Loop” option on its community page, which will allow users to replay a video as many times as they desire.

Users will also notice a new set of buttons when they go fullscreen to watch a movie.
From fullscreen mode, users can now like, dislike, open the comment area, add a video to a playlist, or simply share the clip with a friend.

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