The tool is similar to the one used on Instagram or TikTok
YouTube logo that integrates trivia
YouTube is beginning the testing phase of a new feature that will allow creators of content < /b>the preparation of trivia or tests for your audience in the posts tab for the community, although at the moment it can only be accessed by a limited number of users.
The company announced that this feature will be specifically targeted at channels dedicated to education that they want to help their audience learn and that in the future they will give more access to this tool once there has been feedback about it from the community of creators.
In this way, this function could increase the interaction that occurs between content creators and their followers within the YouTube platform < /b>just like the Q&A sticker on TikTok and Instagram.
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In addition, within the platform < /b>It is also trying to increase the interaction that users have with the creators' content through more tools to generate videos in the YouTube Shorts format. The most recent innovation from Google is enabling the use of 60 seconds of copyrighted songs within the content of vertical videos.
The new permission for the use of copyrighted music Copyrights has started rolling out, so users located in selected countries or territories will be able to use that content for up to one minute from now. YouTubestated that this capability will be rolled out to more countries in the coming weeks to benefit Android and iOS users.
Although this function does not include all songs, users will be able to count on a catalog varied music within this feature that can be accessed from now on. If the user wants to know what kind of music they can use with this extended period of time, they just have to enter the tool audio selection box to identify if they have the option enabled.
YouTube Shorts will allow the use of 60 seconds of a copyrighted song, although it can only be applied to selected songs
YouTube is looking to give vertical formatted content more priority within its platform, so it is encouraging creators to use it as a form of promotion to their channels and even helping the monetization of their videos through advertising in the Shorts.
Since the month of < b>September the company is giving an amount of 45% of the income generated by advertising within its platform to content creators even if they don't use music in their videos.
Currently on YouTube there are some changes to improve the experience for users when interacting with content from their preferred creator. This involved a redistribution of the videos, which are now divided into three categories, each with its own tab: Videos, Shorts , and Live.
In previous versions of the platform, all the content was mixed together under the Video tab, which did not benefit navigation b> when a user entered a channel to search for content and saw several Shorts before finding a video they liked.
The new YouTube update will include tabs dedicated to different video formats within a channel (YouTube)
“We understand that this will make it easier for users to discover the type of content they are most interested in exploring within a creator's channel”, indicates the statement published on the YouTube blog.
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