The “Add To Queue” feature of YouTube is currently being for iOS and Android Premium Subscribers: Report
YouTube has long offered the “Add to Queue” feature on its online interface. “Add To Queue” feature of YouTube.
YouTube has started testing an “Add to Queue” feature on its iOS and Android apps. The feature is currently only available to YouTube Premium subscribers because it is still being test. These add the movie to the user’s library and call for manual removal of songs from the list. Notably, the internet version has long provided access to YouTube’s Add To Queue.
Suggested to Read: Apple’s WebKit team announced the agreement via Twitter.
Only YouTube Premium subscribers are permitte to test the Add to Queue feature on Android. And iOS devices, according to a 9to5Google report. The menu option will appear in the three-dot overflow menu above the video metadata and thumbnail.
A panel at the bottom of the page that appears after a user adds a video to the queue on YouTube. The queue may be rearrange using drag-and-drop operations on the panel. and removing a video from the playlist requires a swipe to the left.
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Although YouTube hasn’t included it on their help page for YouTube on the Google Play Store, a member of the Gadgets 360 team was still able to access the functionality on their Android phone.
The Alphabet-owned video-sharing site has improved its platform’s spam and abuse detection capabilities at a time when social media companies are facing increasing criticism for their failure to stop harassment and abuse.
We discuss this on the Gadgets 360 podcast, Orbital. You may find Orbital on any platform that offers podcasts, including Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Apple Music, Gaana, JioSaavn, and Spotify.