Oct 07, 2021 BY ANAHAT DESHPANDE
YouTube is looking forward to assisting its viewers in exploring the most engaging element of the video clip. It also introduces a new feature to acknowledge long-term subscribers throughout the live–stream videos.
To begin with, on engagement perceptions, YouTube’s latest engagement graph is tested with a small amount of cell phone and desktop users. This will show ups and downs in the engagement activity when the user scrubs through the video clip.
YouTube officials have explained that they are experimenting with showing the users a signal to assist them in quickly go through which part of the clip may be enjoyable from the viewer’s point of view. The user in this experiment will see a graph above the red progressing bar while going through the video. If the graph is up, then that part of the video clip is frequently re-watched.
This is not the first platform to test the engagement insights to assist viewers' behavior; Facebook was trying for the live video screening in 2016.
In this case, Facebook also used reactions and comments included in the same. YouTube has not considered its engagement insights. This could help to guide engagement based on interest.
YouTube also might be using comments and likes as a proxy. Maybe they have not explained it in a detailed manner. Based on the details provided.
Apart from this, YouTube is also rolling out a Member Milestone which will enable users who have subscribed to the channel for longer than two months to send a special message during the live stream of the video. This will indicate how long the user has been a member of a particular channel.
The Member milestone has been rolled out recently, and this is available to all channels.
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