YouTube’s Go Live Together Feature Lets Creators Co-host Livestreams

Bryce Adams


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YouTube has finally rolled out its long-awaited feature, Go Live Together, that allows creators with over 50 subscribers to host live streams together with one guest. The feature is available for both Android and iOS mobile devices and allows the host to switch between guests during the same live stream.

The feature is unique in that it allows two people to collaborate on a live stream without the need for additional software. All the host has to do is invite a guest to join the live stream, and live stream they can both start streaming. Guests can also be given control of the live stream to take over the broadcast. 

The feature also has a few other features that make it stand out. The host can give their guest access to the chat, allowing them to interact with viewers and respond to comments in real-time. The host can also share their screen with their guest to demonstrate a product or show a video. 

Go Live Together also provides the ability to tag products and link them in the live stream, allowing viewers to easily purchase items that are being discussed. This makes it ideal for creators who want to use live streams to promote products or services.

YouTube’s Go Live Together feature is a great way for creators to collaborate on live streams. It provides a simple and intuitive way to host a live stream with a guest and also allows creators to easily promote products and services. With more features planned for the future, Go Live Together is sure to be a popular feature for YouTube creators.


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