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YouTube’s Rewind 2019 video learns from last year’s mistakes

After a hilarious debacle last yr which observed Rewind 2018 turning into the site’s most disliked video at any time, YouTube is taking pains to do something distinct this time all around. The YouTube Twitter account announced the new path in the format most amenable to the internet, the meme.

#RewindIsComing pic.twitter.com/gwHQY0yhsk

— YouTube (@YouTube) December three, 2019

Alternatively than initial information like last 12 months, this year’s movie is a supercut of the most seen video clips and creators of the earlier twelve months. It features songs, gaming and beauty content material, with the huge names from the platform like PewDiePie and Jelly as nicely as musicians like Lil Nas X and Billie Eilish.

The video is break up into charts of top rated creator films, tunes movies, dance movies, most well-liked video games and best magnificence movies, as well as emerging creators and well-liked creators. To go together with the online video, YouTube also unveiled studies about the most viewed content of the yr. Here is hoping that showcasing precisely what was well-liked on the platform will enable prevent the embarrassment of past year.


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