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Remember the YouTube video responses you never clicked on? They're going away

Steve Dent, @stevetdent
August 28, 2013
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Google's about to kick another one of its features to the curb, though we doubt there'll be any pitchforks and torches, à la Reader. Yes, the not-much-beloved "video response" on YouTube is going to Google heaven, apparently because the click-through rate was a pitiful 0.0004 percent. The team suggested using hashtags instead going forward, but you were probably doing that anyway. Because you never used video responses, ever. None of you.

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