YouTube is testing out a new content curation feature called Moodwall, in which users can browse videos based on different moods or “vibes.”
Too much content is not necessarily always a good thing for a content platform. Content curation has been a never ending challenge for YouTube, with 72 hours of video uploaded to YouTube every minute. However, YouTube is making strides toward tackling curation with a discovery feature called “Moodwall.”
Based on a video released by The Guardian’s James Dart, Moodwall will enable users to browse through videos based on their mood, which YouTube refers to as a “Vibe.” Vibes that users can select from are adjectives including funny, strange, catchy, inspiring and others. The feature appears to have been rolled out to a select number of users for testing purposes.
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