|October 29, 2018|
Chrome recently shipped version 70 of the Chrome Browser, and with that came some pretty cool features - including picture-in-picture functionality.
The reason QA should be excited about the picture-in-picture functionality is that it can make learning a bit easier. Now you can have a video of some lesson open while you interact with it on your computer. You can interact with Chrome Tools while learning about the features.
Using Picture-in-Picture is a great way to interact with instructional videos.
Currently picture-in-picture support among popular learning sites:
Right click on any video and you should see an option for "Picture in Picture." Select it and the video clip will pop out of the page and to the bottom right corner.
For YouTube, you will actually need to right click twice as YouTube has its own set of right-click controls. Right-clicking twice will enable the system default to right-click behavior.
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