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YouTube Gives Creators More Innovative Insights By Expanding Its ‘Key Moments’, Along With Live Redirects

YouTube is on a mission to provide its creators on the go with an innovative insights feature by expanding its ‘Key Moments’.

The platform recently announced the decision which will now be a part of the YouTube Studio application for smartphones.


In the year 2020, we saw the app introduce this feature, which was solely restricted to YouTube’s desktop version. Soon after that, we saw the mobile version up and active, and it wasn’t too long before we get great insights about content performance.

These analytics clearly delineate when and what users were clicking. Therefore, they were extremely helpful when there were certain posts whose engagement stats were peaking more than usual.

Now, content creators will be able to benefit from the same feature but on the desktop version of YouTube. This means content makers can see their content rise and fall through analytics, retention bands, and what their center points of activity are, amongst many other things.

Clearly, that’s plenty of worthwhile data that will surely make clearer strategies for YouTube simultaneously, especially for those on the go. For instance, you might be inside a hospital’s waiting room and all of a sudden, you get an idea for job inspiration.

In that case, you simply look back at any video insights for trending shifts that you could potentially make use of, taking your sudden urge into consideration.

But that’s not all! YouTube simultaneously announced its decision to incorporate video playing options into the Key Moments feature. In this way, you can look thoroughly at particular moments of every video, depending upon the stats seen on your Key Moments.

This new change is undoubtedly going to be welcomed by content creators as many are predicting great popularity with the new upgrade. After all, it is a major upgrade for the world of mobile analytics.

On the other hand, there’s more news surrounding the platform. YouTube will soon be releasing live redirects via different channels and that will be sent out to all of the app’s creators.



This exciting and new functionality was recently previewed in March of this year. And that is when many realized what a fabulous job it does at allowing live-streamers to guide viewers to other live-stream options present on another video channel.

YouTube was busy explaining the new feature through a public statement where it outlined how this would soon be available to those with a minimum of 1000 subscribers who could dictate their viewers to other exciting live streams being hosted on channels other than theirs. And that means more chances for collaboration by the end of this week.

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