YouTube Shorts lets you record 15-second videos and upload them. Open the YouTube app, tap on the plus icon at the bottom-centre and then on 'Create a Short'. On the recording page, tap on the 'Add Music' button at the top and choose one from YouTube's top trending songs or search for your favourite tracks. Hit the red record button to start recording. If you like a song and want to use it in the future, tap on the save icon beside it for easy access.
Once you've found the YouTube Shorts section on the app's homepage, you'll see a selection of thumbnails for popular Shorts. Clicking on any of those videos brings you into the vertical video player, where you can watch the clip. You can like or dislike the video while it's playing by tapping the thumbs up or thumbs down icon.
You can also share the Short or comment on it from within the player, although that will pause the video. At the bottom of the clip, you can subscribe to the Short creator's channel. You can also click on their channel name to see all of that creator's YouTube Shorts.
If the clip uses a song or sound from another creator, a waveform button will appear on the right-hand side of the screen. Tapping that button will show the original source video for the audio and all the other Shorts that use that song or sound in their clip.
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