YouTube is currently testing a new video queuing feature on its Android and iOS apps which is similar to the one found on the web version of the platform. With this feature, users can “Add to queue” any video that they want to watch next, a functionality that users have always asked for.
As reported by 9to5Google, the feature is now only available for YouTube Premium subscribers to test and may end up being a ‘Premium feature’. What’s confirmed to be a feature only available to Premium subscribers is “Line up to watch”, a feature that automatically adds a video to the queue and can be moved back if users play something.
For YouTube Premium subscribers that want to test out this new feature, you can activate it by going to your profile avatar, selecting Settings and choosing “Try new features”. After enabling it, the feature will take a few minutes to load.
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