Community was introduced a year ago as a sort of on-site/in-app social network, which allowed creators to interact with their fans more by including messages, sneak preview GIFS, and polls. Additionally, Reels can be made up to 30 seconds each, creators can make multiple Reels, and they won't expire.
With Reels, YouTube is allowing content creators to have various stories on their channels to preview new updates. Keeping in mind the trend of using this feature, YouTube Launches Reels to Let Creators Post Snapchat-Like Video Stories. "YouTube is the latest to hop on the 'stories" bandwagon but the new feature is a variation of current stories format and has lately unveiled a new feature for creators, dubbed as 'reels'. However, unlike Stories, videos posted on Reels will not come with an expiry date. It will also allow creators to link the videos to YouTube and add stickers reminiscent of YouTube. YouTube is initially experimenting with a beta version of the new feature "to learn and improve" its functionality before making it available to a large number of YouTube creators worldwide. After the said duration, Stories disappear from their accounts. Talking an example, a YouTuber can create a post video Reels to a folder from an all-day event.
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A new form will be available only to users of the YouTube Community, divisions of the main website, where blogs with more than 10 thousand subscribers, according to the official developer blog Youtube. "Reels" come few days after the arrival of the "pinch-to-zoom" feature in YouTube.
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The final message from the submarine reported a leak of seawater and the beginnings of a battery fire , but navy Adm. The search for the San Juan has employed some of the latest technology in one of the largest efforts of its kind.
According to TechCrunch, Reels will be given their own tab in the YouTube mobile app. You would also have to navigate to the creators channel to view them. These accounts will now have the ability to post text, images, polls, GIFs, and host livestreams for their fans. However, this doesn't assure that notifications for every Community post will be received.
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