Earlier in September 2020, YouTube rolled out a new TikTok-like “Shorts” features that allow users to create and post short videos on their YouTube channel. Though the company had claimed that they launched this feature to make it easier for the creators to interact with the audience, however, a lot of people believe that YouTube inspired by the Short videos feature of TikTok hence integrated into its app as well.
Now that YouTube Shorts have also gained impressive popularity in a very short time, the video streaming giant is planning to expand this feature for other beta users within the United States. But, there were various questions asked by the YouTube users regarding the Shorts feature which the company has finally answered. You can find below an infographic attached that clears every possible confusion of the users related to the Short feature and Short Reports.
While Short videos as suggested by the name are videos limited to 60 seconds that can be created by the users to express themselves more, Short Reports on the other hand are basically the evaluation of your content. For more detail on these two features, we suggest you go through the infographic below.
Infographic by: Support.google.com