The Google-owned YouTube has been getting a makeover in recent weeks, with new features and a slew of tweaks aimed at making it more accessible to its millions of YouTube viewers.
But what exactly does that mean?
Google has added the ability to embed videos and embed audio from any Google app onto YouTube.
In the case of Google+, Google has also added new features to help make the platform more appealing to new users.
The video above shows how to embed a YouTube video in the app, and it’s possible to embed audio via YouTube’s Soundcloud feature.
The videos can be played on any device, including the new Pixel and Pixel XL, which are coming soon.
This is a great way to get some of the best videos on the web right now, and we hope it helps YouTube and YouTube creators get more viewers.
Google’s goal with the new features is to make YouTube more accessible for new users and more accessible overall.
This new video embedding feature, which can be accessed from any app, is a good example.
The embed is pretty easy to make, too, with the video playing in the top left corner of the YouTube app.
This way, the user doesn’t have to look up the video’s title to see that it’s a video, as YouTube does in its native app.
The downside to this feature is that you need to be logged in to YouTube to get the video to play, which might be a bit of a hassle for new YouTube creators.
However, with Google’s help, it should make the video experience easier for new creators and those with a YouTube account.
The Google+ embeds feature has the potential to be a game changer, too.
In an interview with the BBC, Google product manager Jonny Yasskin explained that Google+ was working on adding a feature called the “shared video” feature.
This feature allows you to embed any YouTube video that’s shared with the Google+ community.
Sharing videos can work in a similar way to how you would share photos on Instagram.
Here, you can share the video with friends who have the same YouTube account as you, or you can post the video on your own account.
The Google+ video sharing features are also available in other apps.
This makes it easy to share videos with friends, and if you don’t have a YouTube channel, you might be able to use Google+ to promote your work on YouTube.
The video above from The New Yorker shows how you can promote your video on YouTube, as well as embed the video in a Google+ post.
The sharing features on YouTube are a bit limited at the moment, but there’s a chance that Google will expand the feature.
Google also made some changes to the video player that could make it easier to embed YouTube videos into Google+ videos.
There’s also an option to hide or show the YouTube video from the search bar, and you can also disable YouTube’s “show title” feature, so that you can’t see any of the videos you’ve posted.
The only real downside to these new features are the limited number of YouTube videos that can be embeds.
But the new videos are certainly useful, and there’s still a lot of room for improvement.
You can find more of the new Google+ functionality in the video above.
Google is currently rolling out a number of new features in the next few weeks, including an overhaul to YouTube’s search engine, more ways to share content with friends on YouTube and an update to Google’s YouTube Video Player.