YouTube New Feature! With this feature, you can search for words inside YouTube videos. This feature is a Game-Chaniging Feature.
Users will receive a “search in video button,” which will enable them to look through a YouTube video transcript, according to details.
The company recently announced that it will also improve YouTube search results and is also testing a feature that will allow users to search words inside videos. Over the past few years, Google has worked hard to improve its search results.
But it doesn’t really make sense to have this feature inside the YouTube app, does it? It’s not in the YouTube app, but rather it will show up when a user searches for a word that returns videos.
When a user searches for something on Google and receives a YouTube video as the result, they can now easily find where and how precisely that word is used in the video. Google recognized that it is difficult for people to watch an entire video in order to see just one search result.
Users will always see a “search in video” button next to a YouTube video when it appears in a search result. The button’s click will open the video transcript and highlight the precise place in which the word was used.
Especially for YouTube channels that produce guides, this will probably turn out to be a fantastic feature. This is due to an increase in Google search traffic that they will encounter.
Google automatically creates a transcript for each video that is under the upload process on YouTube, thus ensuring a successful and monitored usage of the feature.
Here is the Twitter Post on the YouTube New Feature:
A year ago, when this update was under the plan and tested, YouTube announced that users of iOS and Android devices would be able to search transcripts.
Users can now view transcripts, but they are unable to search through them just yet.
Do you believe Google will make the feature available along with the search-in video feature?
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