Have you ever wished your kids came with instructions? Check YouTube.
Whatever you’re stuck on, there’s probably a video on YouTube to help. It has become life’s instruction manual. And it’s just gotten easier to use so you can find gems.
Next time you go to YouTube’s search box notice the other suggested topics across the top of the screen (the green, above.) And the “Filter & Explore” (red, above) button opens a box that gives you more options to narrow your search.
“Filter” lets you select what types of videos you look for.
- Stuff uploaded today or this week.
“Explore” offers suggestions on other key words you might want to explore or search for in conjunction with your original search word. They are all based on Google’s vast array of information on topics.
So, in the example above for “Bruce Springsteen” you can easily get only the music videos or only the newest stuff.
Do you have any helpful tips for seaching through YouTube?