YouTube finally rolling out Shorts
YouTube finally rolling out Shorts

YouTube is one of the most popular social platforms in the world. You will find all types of videos related to any topic on this app. YouTube has launched the shorts feature in the beta version. You can watch and upload the short video with the help of this short feature.

The short video platform is very popular in India and YouTube launched this as the alternative to TikTok. But now YouTube has rolled out the Shorts for all. Today I am explaining to you about YouTube finally rolling out the Shorts feature. Read this post till the end to know more about this.


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YouTube finally rolling out the Shorts feature for all

This feature is currently in the Beta version. You can upload the portrait orientation video or watch the videos. But this feature is rolling for users in the United States. Users who have started receiving this feature who is in the United States have. It is expected that this feature is rolling out soon globally.

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If you want to use this feature then you must have the latest version of the YouTube app. If you don’t have then update the app. But not all users are getting this feature because it is still in Beta. YouTube has been working on the Shorts feature for the past 12 months, and the stable version of this feature will soon be rollout for the users.

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While the feature is in beta, Shorts were getting over 3.5 billion views, so it can be seen that the short videos are now getting more and more users. While TikTok is reaching 1 billion monthly active users and is likely to become the first platform to reach such milestones in a very short time. Currently, the Shorts feature is not available for users in India but it will soon release this feature for Indian users.

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