Importing Long-Form YouTube Videos into Shorts

Importing Long-Form YouTube Videos into Shorts

Attention, Shorts enthusiasts! You can now import long-form YouTube videos into Shorts. It can be an easier remixing option for the TikTok clone. Shorts are music clips that can last up to 60-second. Today, creators (only) of long-form YouTube videos can import a part of the clip and turn it into Shorts. A new “Edit … Read more

Adding New Ways to Create Facebook and Instagram Reels

Adding New Ways to Create Facebook and Instagram Reels

Short-form videos are still rising since TikTok hits the spotlight. Instagram then launched Reels as TikTok clones. Reels are 90-second music clips equipped with Reels editing tools and templates.  Meta even launched Facebook Reels last February. Today Meta is adding new ways to create Facebook and Instagram Reels. The first new creative tool is called “Remixes for Photos.” Instagrammers … Read more

Rolling Out YouTube Membership Gifting

Rolling Out YouTube Membership Gifting

Membership gifting is a highly requested feature of YouTube. That is why the platform is now rolling YouTube membership gifting. It is now under test launch on YouTube for desktop to a small number of YouTube channels in Japan. To access membership gifting, users can click the dollar sign below the live chat button. It … Read more

Profile Rings on YouTube Live Streams and Stories

Profile Rings on YouTube Live and Stories

Here’s a new feature for YouTube audiences. After focusing on improving analytics, enabling Go live together, and Shorts shelf, the platform now aims to encourage interactions. This is by enabling profile rings on YouTube live streams and stories. Profile rings will show on the channel avatar of a creator hosting YouTube live streams and stories. … Read more

Faster Twitter Video Uploads Through Android 9+

Faster Twitter Video Uploads Through Android 9+

Video is a very important element of digital marketing today. That is why most social media platforms work on improving their video tools. Twitter, for one, has recently made several updates on its video features. These include auto-captions for videos, enabling live shopping, and improving video quality. The platform also partnered with Viacom CBS to … Read more

The End of YouTube Originals

The End of YouTube Originals

It is saddening to hear about the end of YouTube Originals. Robert Kyncl, YouTube’s Chief Business officer, made the announcement recently. Based on recent video performances and trends, YouTube’s original series dimmed because of the rise of Disney and Netflix. YouTube Originals was spearheaded by Susanne Daniels in 2015. For 6 years, it housed premium … Read more

Understanding YouTube Video Performance with New Filters

Understanding YouTube Video Performance with New Filters

YouTube is back with some more updates for the new year! After enabling comment filters and search insights, the platform focuses on understanding video performance with new filters. YouTube’s Ads Policy Manager, Conor Kavanagh announces the update in YouTube’s weekly news flash. New filters were added to help creators better understand performance trends across similar … Read more

Expanding Live Streaming Badges to More Instagram Creators

Expanding Live Streaming Badges to More Instagram Creators

Remember live streaming badges on Instagram? They are paid visual replies, a heart icon showing on a viewer’s comment during live streams. Today, the platform is expanding live streaming badges to more Instagram creators. Live streaming badges are special heart icons. Viewers can buy them from $0.99 to $4.99 once during a live broadcast. It … Read more

New Updates on YouTube Mobile Studio

New Updates on YouTube Mobile Studio

YouTube announces new updates on YouTube mobile studio!  Comment Filters The new comment filters now allow creators to search the following: Comments with a question under “contained question.” If a commenter has a certain number of subs under “subscriber count.” If a commenter is publicly subscribed to the channel under “subscriber status.” If a creator … Read more