How to Use the YouTube Picture-in-Picture Mode With Chrome

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Picture-in-picture is a really useful feature that can help you do multiple things at once on your computer. You could be taking notes on a YouTube video, listening to a webinar, or keeping half an eye on a live stream. In this post, I’m going to give you a couple of different ways that you can use the YouTube picture-in-picture mode in Chrome to help you do just that.

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The New YouTube for Kids Online Website

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For a while now, YouTube has had mobile apps for Android and iOS that customize the YouTube experience so that it is more suitable for younger kids. It filters out as much of the more objectionable content as it can, in order to provide a safer viewing experience that is coupled with some parental controls. In the past, the apps have not been without their problems, but the website offers new hope for a safer YouTube experience for kids.

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Get More Done With YouTube’s Picture-in-Picture View

The research supporting the benefits of multitasking is a little scarce. Humans can’t give their full attention to two tasks at the same time, but there are still scenarios when switching between two simultaneous tasks can be beneficial. After all, this is the reason why picture-in-picture (PiP) was invented. People would watch one show while waiting for the other to start or switch channels between commercial breaks. The technology still exists today. Here’s how it works on YouTube, and some reasons why you might want to try it.

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