YouTube: YouTube app, which is called the life of every smartphone, keeps working continuously for its users. YouTube has introduced many new features in the recent past. The company had recently released the fast forward feature. This new feature of YouTube is changing the experience of people watching videos. In such a situation, now the company has introduced a new feature on the platform. The name of this new feature is ‘For You’ section. See further what it is and how it works. Also, what will be the benefit to the users from this?
How the For You section feature works
For your information, let us tell you that YouTube has added the ‘For You’ section feature in the home page of the Creators section. The company has said that this feature will suggest personalized videos to the users based on the videos watched by them. The company has said that this new feature will benefit both users and creators. On one hand, users will get better video experience. On the other hand, creators will also be able to easily reach their videos to more users. This will increase the viewership of their videos.
According to YouTube, the ‘For You’ section has been launched. It will be released worldwide from November 20. This feature will prove beneficial for both creators and users.
How will users benefit from this?
With the help of YouTube’s ‘For You’ section, it will be easier for users to understand any video quickly. By reading the summary of the video, users will be able to know whether this video will be right for them or not. However, the company has also said that this feature will not replace video descriptions by creators. In such a situation, the next time you watch a video on YouTube, with the help of this new feature you will get suggestions of videos which you may like to watch. This is the ‘For You’ section feature.
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