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Whenever there’s a major change in an operating system, the press conferences focus on the big changes — how it’ll really affect your life on a daily basis.
macOS Sierra is no exception, but now that the dust has settled, there’s lots of cool little goodies that come up. One such feature is the ability to pop out YouTube videos and watch them in picture-in-picture in Safari. If you weren’t paying attention, this is one of those things that could have flown right under the radar. Don’t worry, though, because we’re on top of it!
Here’s how to get picture-in-picture going:
- Go to the YouTube video you want to watch in Safari (that one’s key, as this particular feature is part of Safari).
- Right-click the video.
- Right-click again.
- Click Enter Picture-in-Picture.
And that’s it! Now you can move the video around your screen while you continue to get work done (or procrastinate and pretend you’re getting work done)! If you’re looking for more video tips, check out these YouTube URL tricks to get more out of the platform.
Any other macOS Sierra tips you think we should share? Let us know in the comments!