YouTube’s in-app search engine is tweaked with multiple features which include displaying search results according to their chapter despite the millions of videos available for streaming. This feature bolsters YouTube’s search algorithm to reveal searched results with details of its contents that show up related to the users’ interest.
YouTube’s chapters that feature on its videos have been existing on the video streaming platform whereby this new tweak broadens chapters as it features on YouTube. The searched results on YouTube now reveal the information of videos that appear to be detailed.
The previous version of YouTube’s video allows you to access the chapters of a video when you open the video. Now, you can access the chapters of a video when your search reveals its results — with detailed information streaming lengthy content can be brief.
For contrast, when you click the video chapter on the search results page, it leads you to the exact point you seek. With chapters, you can jump to the exact information of the video right from the search results page.
Aside from video chapters available in YouTube’s Search engine, the video streaming app also announced a “preview effect” available for videos related to searched results. You can view a short clip of your interesting video on the search results page before opening it.
The feature that allows previewing videos on the searched results page is currently exclusive for its mobile streaming platform, per YouTube’s announcement.
The search algorithm on the giant video streaming platform is also enabled with automatic translate that allows users to search for videos according to their local language. YouTube will translate captions, titles, and descriptions in search results.
YouTube translate is currently available in the English language. The video streaming company promises to diversify its system to access more languages. Meanwhile, YouTube is currently testing how its users get detailed information content with attached websites links — it will also display on YouTube’s search results.