Tappable Stickers for Mobile YouTube Shorts Are Coming Soon
Not only does YouTube frequently disclose details about its testing of new features to the public.
If you enjoy watching YouTube Shorts, you'll be happy to know that tappable stickers are on the way for your favorite app.
YouTube announced that it has begun testing Q&A stickers for Shorts on mobile in a post on its support page.
Shorts creators should find it simpler to contact new audiences and establish communities with them as a result of this.
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Creators pose questions as part of the test, and viewers answer with comments.
Other viewers who read the comments made on the Short where the sticker was utilized will be able to see their reactions.
The new functionality, which allows artists to use Q&A stickers when making Shorts on mobile devices, is reportedly being tested with a small subset of users.
These stickers cannot be touched on a desktop or a television, but they can be viewed on all of them.
YouTube is experimenting with automatic "key concepts" for educational films in addition to tappable stickers.
It's a brand-new technology that recognizes the important ideas covered in instructional videos for academic subjects and presents information about them on the video's watch page in real-time in the form of graphics and tidbits of text.
However, just a small number of YouTube viewers can access this on their mobile devices.