Twitter is testing an approach to allow you to watch YouTube videos directly from your timeline. Regularly, when somebody incorporates a YouTube link in a tweet, clicking that link sends you to YouTube, which can be disappointing on the off chance that you would not like to leave Twitter to watch the video. This new feature, which is in testing today on iOS, implies you will not be sent away from Twitter, which will make it simpler to watch a video and afterward continue looking over in the event that you so decide.
The test will be accessible to “a very small group of users” in Canada, the US, Japan, and Saudi Arabia, Twitter said in an explanation imparted to The Verge after we first published this story.
“The current test on iOS will be a four-week experiment,” a Twitter spokesperson said. We plan to take a look at the results and will scale accordingly.”
This new test shows up close by two others declared a week ago for iOS and Android that are expected to improve sharing and review media on the social network. One test adds a “what you see is what you get” picture see in the tweet composer, which means pictures show up in your timetable as they do when you’re drafting a tweet. The organization is likewise testing approaches to transfer and view 4K pictures on mobile.