YouTube recently launched a beta feature, called “Video Questions Editor Beta,” which Dutch tech website WebSonic.nl first discovered, that allows publishers to add an interactive quiz to their videos.

According to YouTube:

This is an opt-in beta for a simple Video Questions Editor on YouTube. Through this editor you can setup multiple questions to be displayed on top of your video during playback that a viewer can answer.

Users can go the edit page of a video and select the “Questions” tab atop to input questions. A summary of viewer interactions will appear on the analytics page under the Annotations section.

Visit YouTube to enter the Video Questions Editor Beta.

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