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How to Resume Video on YouTube

While watching a video on YouTube, sometimes you might want to close the video in the middle of playing. Next time when you open the same video, it starts playing from the beginning. If it is annoying you, here is a simple trick to resume your video.

The below described trick helps you watch YouTube video from where you stopped watching.

1. Open YouTube and select the video that you want to watch and play it.

2. Now, if you want to stop the video and play it again later, right-click on the video player.

3. Select “copy video URL at current time” and save this URL on your PC.

 4. Now, whenever you want to watch the video, just copy and paste the URL in your browser’s address bar and the video starts playing from where you left off.

Alternatively, you can bookmark this URL for playing later. To do so, open your browser and paste the URL in it and save it as bookmark (press CTRL+D to bookmark).

There is also an extension called ‘PauseForLater’ that also helps you resume the video playback by bookmarking the video on YouTube. The extension supports all major browsers including Chrome, Firefox and Opera.


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