Archive | September, 2013


10 Sep

* ¬†You can easily create links that go directly to a specific time in a YouTube video — ideal for emailing or sharing on social media. To do this, just add &t=#m#s to the end of the video’s URL, replacing the # signs with the number of minutes and seconds you want to link to. For example, the link:

takes you to the 15 minute and 30 second mark on the latest MakeUseOf podcast video.

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