YouTube released on Tuesday (14) a new feature called “fixes”, This allows creators to fix some detected flaws in a video after it’s published. This will remove the hassle of having to replace and re-upload, and will mean all comments and engagement metrics are lost when that happens.
The functionality promises to be useful for those who post a lot of videos on the social network. Currently, fixing a single line in a posted video is a complex task: you either pin a comment describing the fix, which is often not noticed by viewers, or you lose everything and start from scratch.
How does YouTube’s new “fixes” feature work?
YouTube’s new “revisions” feature allows creators to add fixes that appear as flashcards displayed in the upper right corner of the video, below the timestamp. Viewers will be able to click on these cards to expand the correction notes in the video description and see the details.
While it may seem like a hack, the feature is very useful, especially for previously published news. ends with use An age-old dilemma between making video look flawless or perform better. The new tool allows creators to do both.
A step-by-step guide on how to edit the details of an already uploaded video is available on the YouTube Help page.
Source: Tec Mundo