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YouTube has released the modified part of the video description on mobile devices to mark likes, views and dates

YouTube is the second most popular website in the world after Google because the platform has more than 2 billion monthly active users watching, posting, or uploading their videos. During the quarantine, people watched more YouTube videos than TV shows. YouTube has introduced several features to help users better understand the platform, as the platform has recently expanded its descriptive user interface (UI) to provide users with a better overview of the video they are watching, such as views and The exact date of the video. Publication.

After all the detailed information is obtained, this gives the user a more attractive reason to like or watch the video. Now users can get a more detailed overview by clicking on the description of the video they are watching. This means that if the user doesn’t know anything when they click on the description of the interface, they can easily ignore the detailed part of the overview.

The extra detail of the video is being distributed to many people, and many beta testers have already seen practical applications of this feature. This YouTube update is likely to help users understand the popularity and relevance of the video. The main disadvantage that YouTube should consider is that the user opens detailed information about the video. The dislike rate of the video disappeared from the screen (because YouTube wants users to focus more on the bright side by showing only the number of likes).

This may make people wonder why YouTube does not pay enough attention to the attention rate because this is also a very important part and shows the quality of the video. Advanced video viewing capabilities provide users with the same experience as desktops, laptops, Android, and iOS devices. If the user likes or dislikes the video, the detailed description must be turned off to access the “like”, “share” or “dislike” options. You can check the updated UI in the screenshot below for video instructions. For comparison or reference, you can also read this article, where you can see the interface above.

YouTube has released the modified part of the video description on mobile devices to mark likes, views and dates

Image Credit: Digital Information World

YouTube has released the modified part of the video description on mobile devices to mark likes, views and dates

Image Credit: Digital Information World

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YouTube has introduced several features to help users better understand the platform, as the platform has recently expanded its descriptive user interface to provide users with a better overview of the video they are watching, such as views and The exact date of the video. After all the detailed information is obtained, this gives the user a more attractive reason to like or watch the video. This YouTube update is likely to help users understand the popularity and relevance of the video.

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