YouTube’s Most Replayed feature is awesome. It has a brand new feature that has registered to assist people to find the most popular parts of the video they are watching.
This feature is approximately a graph that can be used to detect and watch the most popular parts of a video, the parts that have been played by other users the most. This might not look advantageous for smaller videos but it is very helpful for longer videos that are not broken down into sections with date-time or video chapters.
YouTube’s Most Replayed feature
This “Most Replayed” feature was earlier available as an experiment for YouTube Premium subscribers and could be cracked from YuoTube.com/New. Now it is going to be available to all YouTube users, free and Premium, across desktop, iOS, and Android.
Producers do divide their videos into chapters and use date and time, but the ‘Most Replayed’ feature helps cleanse through a YouTube video faster to handle what’s most engrossing or going viral. Some of these popular parts of the video might not always be related to dates and times or chapters, so this is an easier way to discover them. This also helps assist users to parts other videos others found most engrossing and helpful.
YouTube’s Most Replayed feature: How it works
The testing assignation graph above the progress bar was first launched on the 21st of October, 2021. Primarily, it was experimental, meant for a small percentage of viewers on mobile and desktop, and cinched behind a paywall.
But now from a premium feature, it is going live for all. Fundamentally, once the feature is live, when you watch a video, the most replayed parts of the video are highlighted in form of both an assignation graph and a star icon above the seek bar.
On its YouTube Support page, Google explains that “while cleansing – if the graph is high, it means that part of the video has been intermittently re-watched”.