YouTube, which is updated with new features every day, brings the filter feature it opened to iOS users in January last year to Android devices. With the new filters, you will be able to see the videos and broadcasts from the channels you subscribe to more easily.
The popular video platform YouTube released a new filter for the ‘Subscriptions’ tab of the iOS app earlier this year. With the published filters, iOS users can easily see what they missed on their favorite channels, and with the help of filters, they can find videos more simply. Now the same feature comes for Android users.
When you open the YouTube application, these filters added to the ‘Subscriptions’ tab just below the screen include options such as ‘All’, ‘Today’, ‘Watch’ and ‘Not Watched’ from the channels you subscribe to. Users can filter the videos or broadcasts shared from the channels they subscribe to under these options.
How does YouTube’s new filtering feature work?
As you can see in the image above, when you come to the ‘Subscriptions’ tab on YouTube, a filtering option welcomes you. You will be able to find the videos you are looking for more easily thanks to the filters you make here. Among the filters set by YouTube are:
All: All videos and posts you missed from the channels you subscribe to appear here.
Today: The videos of the channels you subscribe to during the day will appear here.
Keep watching: Videos you have stopped watching from your subscribed channels will appear here.
Not Watched: Videos that you have not watched from your subscribed channels will appear here.
Live: Live broadcasts and scheduled live broadcasts of the channels you subscribe to appear here.
Posts: Shared from the channels you subscribe to appear here.
YouTube’s new filtering feature is expected to be available to all users in the coming days. At this point, be sure to use the most up-to-date version of YouTube to use the new feature. So what do you think about YouTube’s new filters? Can you find the videos you missed more easily now? You can share your ideas with us in the comments section.