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8 Jul, 2023
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The quizzes, currently available to a small percentage of users, appear as links on the home feed under recently watched educational videos.

While it remains to be seen if this experiment will be a permanent addition to the platform, YouTube has long been a popular destination for learning diverse topics. With renowned educational channels like TED-Ed and HowToBasic attracting millions of subscribers, the introduction of quizzes could further engage users seeking to expand their knowledge.

This feature can be especially useful for teachers who use YouTube to create educational content or share videos with their students. By including quizzes, YouTube aims to provide a more complete learning experience, allowing users to explore the topic covered in the video in greater depth.

In addition to the quiz experiment, YouTube has been testing other features such as a three-strikes ad-blocking policy and a new lock screen feature exclusively for Premium subscribers, demonstrating the platform's ongoing commitment to improving user experience and expanding its offerings.