YouTube’s “New to You” is now available
on the YouTube homepage on desktop, mobile and TVs. This will show you content that you haven’t seen before, but YouTube thinks you will like. This can help you find new creators and videos to watch.
Comment filters are now available
in the YouTube Studio mobile app. That makes it easier to find comments that you have not yet responded to, or that contain a question.
YouTube Chief Marketing Officer Danielle Tiedt shares three lessons
she has learned about inclusion
. The key take home message: “Change takes more than a marketing campaign.”
Photos and Images
Adobe has also launched “Content Credentials”
, a new way to add attribution to images. Adobe Stock images have these credentials, and Photoshop users can add information to the images. You can include your social media profile and crypto wallet address, which will be displayed in a number of NFT marketplaces to show authenticity. To otherwise view Content Credentials, open the image on the Verify website
will soon have end-to-end encrypted phone call
s, with some limitations. This only applies to 1:1 calls between Google Fi users on Android phones. End-to-end encrypted messaging is available in 1:1 conversations in Android Messages
with chat features enabled.
Do you know Google Calendar’
s secret codewords? These are keywords that trigger a graphic when viewing your Schedule on a mobile device. Android Intelligence lists them all
(and some may surprise you).
lets under-18s (or their parents or guardians) request images of themselves be removed from the Google Search results.
Image: Halloween pumpkin candy by “Marketplace Designers” on Canva (free to use)