“They can inform your viewers about other videos, merch, playlists, websites and more. They look as beautiful as your videos, are available any time during the video and yes, they finally work on mobile.”
Currently-embedded annotations will not be disappearing just yet though, and that’ll remain the case until the cards are able to do everything that the older annotations can.
The cards can be found on a new tab in YouTube’s video editor, where they can be customised.
You can find out more about cards on Google’s Help Centre.
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