Teknoku.me – TikTok-style short video fever also seems to hit Netflix. The on-demand video streaming service provider was later discovered to have Fast Laugh, a feature containing short videos in a vertical format.
The difference from TikTok, Fast Laugh videos are not made by content creators but are funny scenes from various video content on Netflix, video source footage in Fast Laugh includes original and licensed productions, such as Friends, Big Mouth, and stand shows. -up comedy.
The existence of Fast Laugh was previously revealed by British social media consultant Matt Navarra through his upload on Twitter.
By presenting the Fast Laughs feature, Netflix intends to entertain its users while introducing recommendations for the latest content.
“We are always looking for new ways to improve the experience of the Netflix service. Many of our members love comedy, so we thought to provide new ways to help users discover new shows,” said Netflix.
The Fast Laugh feature can be accessed from the new icon located in the Previews row in the Netflix app display. Like on TikTok, the Fast Laugh feed provides a row of buttons to give reactions to the video being watched.
All content available on the Fast Laughs feature can also be shared on social media platforms.
Currently, Fast Laugh is still a trial and has only been implemented on a limited basis for Netflix users in the United States, the United Kingdom, and several other countries.
It’s still unclear whether Netflix plans to expand Fast Laugh’s availability worldwide or not.
“We do experiments like this (Fast Laugh) in different countries and at different times – and will only make it widely available if people find it useful,” concluded Netflix.