Google Discover New Update will bring YouTube Shorts in Discover Service
Google Discover has come a long way from its inclusion originally started back in August 2020; the service was created for surfing “Short videos” to join web stories, regular videos, and AMP-based web stories.
Google Discover will be going through an update in the next month, and their Android maker will be Testing YouTube shorts and many other short and crisp content for its Discover Service. As per the leaks, the new update will feature a YouTube play logo in the top left corner, along with a Video titled YouTube that will appear below it.
Tapping to this card will enable you to watch the video. You will also be able to go through the comments, likes and dislikes and shares, and all, but there won’t be any play, or pause button will be available for this new update.
The YouTube shorts are generally 15 seconds long, and this feature is currently available in India only. You will be able to create such videos by clicking on the Shorts camera; there will be a create menu; you will have to click on that and then create a short video accordingly. The creators can also select the music they want in the background, adjusting the speed. There will be a timer placed as well while recording.
YouTube has bought this new update because they want all the content creators worldwide to use this new feature to make short videos that are up to 60 seconds. The only thing you will have to do is you will have to write #short in the title or the description while uploading the video, and those results will directly appear in Google searches.
Google Discover shows these YouTube contents as cards, and with this new update, shorts will boost the beta format. As per the reports, the YouTube shorts player is daily getting more than 3.5 billion viewers worldwide.
So as this is Trending and not currently used by all the people worldwide, this is the correct time to bring this new update. As of now, Google Discover’s Short videos carousel with YouTube is still in testing and will be rolled out soon.