YouTube is testing a new feature that allows you to view comments timed to exactly the moment you watch a video.
YouTube, a video streaming platform owned by Google, announced that it is testing time-based comments that will appear at the exact moment users watch a video.
The new feature that YouTube is testing is similar to the way chats look in live stream replays. There is no detail about which users can access these time-dependent comments or for which videos they are valid.
Testing on mobile apps
In a statement from the company: “This experiment is available to a small group of people on some videos, and based on feedback we will consider presenting it more broadly. To see if you are part of the experiment, go to the comments section on iOS or Android and select Sort Scheduled Beta. Touch the button. ” statements were included.
YouTube recently announced that its mobile app for iOS and Android is now testing new video resolution controls to users.