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Check out YouTube’s new feature for community posts

YouTube has shared the details about the initiative in a new video on its Creator Insider channel

Video streaming platform YouTube has now started testing a new feature under which the content creators will be able to add quizzes to their community posts.

The new feature is under beta testing mode currently and as part of the pilot project, will be made available to only a small number of creators.

According to a TechCrunch report, YouTube has shared the details about the initiative in a new video on its Creator Insider channel. In that particular channel, the video streaming platform regularly shares updates with creators, and answers questions, apart from sharing its upcoming experiments and tests.

In the recent video, while explaining to the creators how they will be able to use the quiz feature and help their followers learn more about the video subject, the company said that the feature will be a great tool for the creators “who like to capture their followers’ attention and prompt them to engage in deeper discussions with the help of different posts.”

This breakthrough will be beneficial for educational channels on the video streaming platform.

Apart from this, YouTube has also been testing a photo editing tool that will be available on the video streaming platform’s mobile app on iOS devices soon.

The creators will also be able to add filters, stickers, and text to the images on their community posts, as per the reports. As per the video streaming platform, only a small group of randomly selected creators will get access to the photo editing feature.

Apart from all these, the platform started testing new shopping features on its short-video platform Shorts, along with affiliate marketing.

The short-term video creators will soon be allowed by YouTube to feature up to one minute of copyrighted music in their Shorts.

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