YouTube adds deep video linking


youtube-logo.jpgYouTube’s just enabled a feature that users have been clamouring for for a while – deep linking within videos. By appending a short code to the end of the video url, you can link directly to a specific point in a video. Want an example? Here you go.

YouTube’s been adding features at a rate of knots lately. There were the “click-to-buy” links, text-to-speech features, audio comments, and now this. It’s good to see that Google, despite having trouble monetising the service, is still innovating and improving it.

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