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3/15/12
Original Poster
Somony10/RedManiac9000

Annonations not enabled for Mobile?

I don't really seem to like the fact that YouTube disabled annotations for Mobile.
 
Could anyone tell me why they did this?
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3/16/12
Original Poster
Somony10/RedManiac9000
Maybe due to issues?
ytDangler
3/16/12
ytDangler
Hi there,

Can you let me know if you'd like to see annotations in either m.youtube.com or the Android app? I can then contact the appropriate team to see what's going on.

Thanks,
-ytDangler
3/16/12
Original Poster
Somony10/RedManiac9000
I use m.youtube.com, Dangler.
3/20/12
Original Poster
Somony10/RedManiac9000
So is anyone gonna fix it now?
ytDangler
3/20/12
ytDangler
I'll let our team know that this feature is requested by our users.

Thanks!
-ytDangler
kroimon
2/22/13
kroimon
Are there any updates on this?
 
It's really the feature I miss most in the Android app as most channels use annotations a lot for linking to other videos etc.
Jason Palermo
3/5/13
Jason Palermo
Wtf
Jason Palermo
3/5/13
Jason Palermo
This is ridiculous.
Eric Robbins
3/16/13
Eric Robbins
Is there any updates on enabling annotations for mobile users?
Janis Froehlig
3/27/13
Janis Froehlig
With most folk settling in on the sofa with a tablet, um, yes. I've got 12 people stuck (without PCs, on Android devices) who can't see the better part of a training video I created, trustfully thinking YouTube annotations would simply trail right along with the video. Please tell me that expecting functionality I had a few months ago wasn't stupid. Oh, wait. Too late.
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Danieru Busłowicz
3/6/15
Danieru Busłowicz
Actually I thought that Atlassian has the worst customer support ever (2 years without reply on an issue). Google beats them for the entire year!
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