YouTube, a video-sharing platform owned by Google, has begun testing its queueing system on iOS and Android operating systems.
According to The Verge, an American technology news website, this feature has been available for years on the web and appears in YouTube apps under certain conditions.
Users who control their Chromecast with their phones, as well as those who use the YouTube Music app, may recognise it. According to the outlet, YouTube Premium users who opt in to the test will now be able to add videos to a stack that acts like an impermanent playlist.
After enabling the feature, users will be able to access a new “Play last in queue” button in the three vertical dot menu that appears on video thumbnails. If you tap it, the video will be added to the bottom of your queue, or a new queue will be created if you aren’t currently watching one.
When the video you’re watching ends, the app will start playing the next video in the queue and keep doing so until you run out of videos to watch. Users can delete videos from the queue in addition to moving them around. According to The Verge, if you close the player, either by closing the app completely or by pressing the ‘x’ button in the bottom bar, your queue will be erased.
- online casino india
- best online casino in india
- best online casino india
- online casino india real money
- online casino in india
- online casino games in india
- online casino games india
- online casino real money india
- best casino in india online
- online casino games for real money
- casino in india online
- casino games india
- best casino in india
- online casino game real money
- casino india online
- crazy time casino india
- casino online india
- online casino play for real money
- casino games in india
- best online live casino india