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We've now added a feature to Inward Quest that automatically converts any YouTube link in any question, answer or comment into a video that plays directly in the page.

You don't need to do anything special to use it. Just add your YouTube links as normal.

An example:

Hope you find it useful.

All the best,

asked 17 Mar '13, 10:19

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Simon Templeton ♦♦

edited 17 Mar '13, 10:21

I was just noticing that. Pretty cool. Thanks

(17 Mar '13, 10:22) Fairy Princess

thanks Simon, as Fairy Princess says "pretty cool" :)

(17 Mar '13, 11:22) ru bis

wow..great, thank u simon..-GOD bless,, :)))

(17 Mar '13, 12:45) supergirl

Love it! Thanks Simon.

(17 Mar '13, 23:40) Grace

@simon any plans for other video site to play direct? Vimeo,Tedtalks,ect?

(18 Mar '13, 04:53) ursixx

@ursixx There are no plans at present. YouTube dominates globally at the moment for casual video sharing, as it does on Inward Quest. Links to other video services appear too infrequently to justify the development effort right now. If we do notice other video services becoming more consistently popular in the future then we will look into supporting them.

(18 Mar '13, 09:02) Simon Templeton ♦♦
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The question has been closed for the following reason "No longer relevant" by Barry Allen 20 Jun '13, 09:43

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