YouTube is now testing a new ‘add to queue’ tool for desktop on the web and it’s pretty easy to use, with a few simple steps…
Google has announced via a tweet, it’s experimenting with a new YouTube “add to queue” option. And, it does just that — it lets signed-in users add videos to a queue to play one after another.
New YouTube ‘Add to Queue’ Option Debuts for the Web and Here’s How to Use It
The YouTube “add to queue” test will run until September 10th and added content appears under “Save to Watch Later.”
It only works on the web, through a desktop or laptop and it’s possible to rearrange the playback order and/or delete items from the queue.
How to Use the New YouTube Add to Queue Feature
To enable the new YouTube “add to queue” option, do the following:
- Sign into Google Chrome.
- Visit YouTube.com/new
- Go over to”Create a queue.”
- Click on “Try it out.”
- Add videos to the queue.
Anybody else feel like we need a better way to queue up the next video?
If you’re like 🙋♀️, try our new “Create a Queue” experiment for the next two weeks at https://t.co/7yHiRDQCDV.
Make sure you’re signed in & hit the “Try it out” button under “Create a Queue”. https://t.co/mmV98W0OD6
— TeamYouTube (@TeamYouTube) August 28, 2019