YouTube is gearing up to roll out a new feature that will allow select creators to invite guests to livestream with them, the company announced. Creator Insider Channel and blog postAt launch, creators will only be able to co-stream via phone, as this feature will not be available on the desktop version of YouTube. This new feature will only be available to select groups of creators at first, but YouTube plans to expand co-streaming to more creators in the future.
Creators can schedule live streams with guests from their computers and start live streaming from their mobile phones. Or you can start live streaming right from your mobile phone. You can rotate guests in your livestream, but he can only see one guest at a time. When you invite a guest, Stream his feed will appear above the guest.
In the coming weeks, some creators will have new[ライブ配信を開始]button can be selected. Creators should start by entering stream details such as title, description, monetization settings, thumbnail, and visibility settings. Selecting the “Invite co-streamers” option will allow creators to choose which guests to invite to their livestream. When the guest clicks the invite, they are sent to the waiting room. Once both are ready, the host can tap the “Go Live” button.
Guest streams on YouTube can run ads, but revenue goes to the host only. It’s worth noting that the stream won’t appear on guest channels, but YouTube says it recognizes the importance of visibility on guest channels. This indicates that the company may ship this feature in the future.
The new feature launch comes when TikTok and Twitch recently launched their own joint streaming feature. a few weeks ago, TikTok unveils new features This is called “multi-guest” and uses a grid or panel layout to allow the host to go live with up to 5 other users. last week, Twitch officially releases new features This makes it easy for streamers to bring other creators and fans into their streams for a talk show-like experience. Guest Star allows anyone to have up to 5 speakers on the stream at once.
Unlike YouTube’s co-streaming feature, both TikTok and Twitch allow you to live stream with multiple people. Co-streaming on YouTube is still in its early stages, so we may extend the limits to allow creators to live stream with multiple users.