YouTube Announces “Most Replayed” feature—skip to the most popular parts of a video
Last Updated on:22-11-22
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Have you ever tried to skip to the main parts of a long and boring YouTube video? Well, we have all been there!
Thankfully, YouTube has introduced a fantastic feature to save you from all the boredom. It’s called “Most Replayed” and it lets you effortlessly watch the most popular parts of the video. With this convenient feature rolling in, the platform will hook users and creators even more.
Most Replayed Feature Makes Video Viewing Better Than Ever
The Most Replayed feature was initially launched only for YouTube Premium users on a test basis. It was released last year under the name “Heatseeker,” letting users skip to the most exciting parts of a video instantly.
This feature’s wide success helped YouTube increase its customer base, so they have decided to make the feature available to everyone.
The newly named Most Replayed feature will let you view popular sections of the video using a graph.
Meaghan, from TeamYouTube said, “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.“
Stunning Options for Creators
YouTubers and video content creators can now utilize this Most Replayed Feature to attract views. So, if you’re a creator, you can break your video into multiple chapters. Viewers can directly jump onto the chapter they want to watch and enjoy the video.
The best part? YouTube has also introduced auto-generated chapters.
This feature can make any long (read boring) video seem intriguing. Plus, it automatically increases the video’s watch time and boosts viewer retention.
Elevate Your YouTube experience with Loop and Full-Screen Features
Binge-watching YouTube videos for hours might be a favorite habit we all share. Want to take the experience to the next level? YouTube has brought some cool features for all.
The first is the Loop feature that lets you run a video on an endless loop for as long as your heart desires. It will be perfect while listening to your favorite playlists after a tiring day at work.
YouTube has also improved its full-screen features. Check out the new upgrades:
- An access panel displays vital video information, like video description and chapters
- Quick Access buttons for liking, disliking, commenting, and adding the video to a playlist
It’s clear that YouTube developers are constantly introducing new upgrades on all platforms, like iOS and Android. Who knows, they might take over other video-sharing platforms in the future.
Are you excited about these compelling YouTube features? Let us know what you feel in the comment section below.