The search engine is looking to make it easier for people to discover the best YouTube videos and to share them with their friends and family.
It will make it possible for users to quickly discover what content they might like to watch next.
It was one of the features of Google+ that was removed from YouTube this week, but a team working on the feature is back with a new update to YouTube.
This time, it is focused on finding the best content for users.
The feature will be implemented in a way that makes it easy to filter out the most annoying or misleading videos, while also showing users what is really interesting to them.
The feature will also automatically detect videos that are related to specific topics, such as food, and display the video in a search box in the search results.
It will also give users a way to search other YouTube videos, with the new feature working across multiple video platforms.
The search feature will not be limited to YouTube, as Google is also adding it to Google+.
You can still search for YouTube content on Google+, but only on the web platform.
YouTube’s video feature is a part of the YouTube search engine.
Users can use the new search feature to find content related to a topic, like food or fitness.
The tool will show you results related to food, food videos, fitness videos, and other content.
The new YouTube search feature works across multiple platformsThe new search engine will be a part in the YouTube app, and it will be accessible by using the Google+ button on the top left of the home screen.
It has the ability to filter the videos you are interested in by categories, as well as by titles.
YouTube is a video platform that allows users to post and share videos on the platform.
It is also a part on the search engine, and can be accessed from the search bar in the navigation bar.
Google+ was an option for Google to bring YouTube search to Google+, which was available on Android phones, tablets, and PCs.
Google had been testing the feature for months, and the feature has been available on the app for users of Android since the start of 2016.
However, Google removed the feature from YouTube on April 28.
A few days later, YouTube said the feature was removed because of a bug in the feature, which affected the app on Google+ accounts.
Google removed it from Android on April 30.
Google’s decision to bring search to YouTube was a move that was welcomed by many YouTube users, who said the new YouTube feature was a great way to get more relevant content to their devices.
Google said it would roll out search on other platforms soon.