YouTube’s ‘Go Live together’ feature that was first announced in November last year is now being rolled out. The feature allows for collaborative livestreaming between two users.
grab a friend & start a co-stream 🤝— TeamYouTube (@TeamYouTube) February 2, 2023
🤩 introducing Go Live Together, a new way to easily start a co-stream & invite a guest, all from your phone! 📱
creators need 50+ subs to host co-streams, but anyone can be a guest!
more info here: https://t.co/g6PdxJY7ux pic.twitter.com/lmDDogXQ5t
Creators that wish to invite guests for livestreaming must have at least 50 subscribers. This, however, is not a requirement for guests. Moreover, multiple guests can be rotated in the same livestream, but only one guest can be hosted at a time.
The Go Live together functionality can be accessed from the popup menu from the create (+) button at the bottom of the page on YouTube’s app.
Go Live Together is being rolled out to iOS and Android users of the app and is not yet available for desktop. While YouTube works to bring the feature to desktop, users can schedule co-streams via desktop in the meantime.