YouTube is rolling out a collaboration feature that allows two users to livestream together.
"Go Live Together” was first introduced in November last year, but as per a recent tweet from YouTube, seems to now be available more broadly across iOS and Android mobile devices.
The feature enables creators with 50 or more subscribers to invite a guest to livestream with them. Only one guest can be hosted at any given time, however, guests can be rotated during the same livestream and do not share the same 50 subscriber requirement to co-stream – any YouTube creator can be invited to collaborate.
The feature is currently limited to the YouTube mobile app and is not available to desktop users. Creators can schedule a co-stream through YouTube on desktop, but both host and guest will need to connect to the scheduled stream through the YouTube app on a mobile device.
YouTube said in its recent tweet that it’s currently exploring adding desktop support for the feature and that it will provide an update sometime in the future. Also, YouTube isn’t the first livestreaming platform to introduce a co-hosting feature.
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