YouTube reported this pristine expansion on the YouTube Help site. The organization is evaluating a couple of test highlights at the hour of composing, however the most striking one is classified “trying new coordinated comments.”
The description of this experiment is as such:
“We’re currently testing a new feature that allows you to view comments timed to the exact moment you’re watching in a video. This experiment is available on some videos to a small group of people and we’ll consider rolling this out more broadly based on feedback. To see if you’re part of the experiment, go to the comments section on iOS or Android, and tap the Sort button to select “Timed Beta”.
However, stand by a moment—doesn’t YouTube as of now have this framework? On the off chance that you’ve at any point conquered the entrails of a YouTube video’s remark area, you’ve probably seen individuals connecting video timestamps in a remark. You would then be able to snap or tap these timestamps to leap to that part in the video.
The key for this new element isn’t simply the timestamped remarks; it’s the manner by which those remarks show up. Rather than sitting under the video, the remarks will naturally spring up along the lower part of the video when you watch that particular second.
In the event that you’ve at any point tuned in to a melody on SoundCloud, you’re likely effectively acquainted with this framework. SoundCloud permits individuals to remark on explicit pieces of a tune, and those remarks consequently spring up on the track as you hear it out.
In that capacity, you may before long discover YouTube remarks much harder to stay away from on the off chance that you detest them. Notwithstanding, this component is as yet in testing and is at present just on Android and iOS. On the off chance that and when the element discharges, it’ll ideally permit you to change how these remarks show up, if by any means.