YouTube added 'Facebook Feeds' on homepage

YouTube launched several features in past that let you connect with the platforms that matter most to you and discover new videos. In addition to linking your YouTube account to social networks like Twitter and Facebook via AutoShare, friend suggestions and easier private sharing options, you can easily find the YouTube accounts belonging to your […]

YouTube launched several features in past that let you connect with the platforms that matter most to you and discover new videos. In addition to linking your YouTube account to social networks like Twitter and Facebook via AutoShare, friend suggestions and easier private sharing options, you can easily find the YouTube accounts belonging to your friends on Facebook, Yahoo! and Gmail. Now, YouTube, added a test feature to "social feature" list: a “feed that pushes the YouTube videos your friends are embedding on Facebook back to your YouTube homepage.” To test it, visit this page and connect to Facebook, when says "Where do I share my activities?" (If you've already hooked this up, you may need to disconnect and reconnect accounts to enable.) You can choose to "Disable AutoShare" right afterwards if you don't want your YouTube actions to be syndicated on Facebook. But if you do want your YouTube-related Facebook activity to be syndicated back to YouTube, the key’s, just stay connected to Facebook.