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8. How To use YouTube Writer

YouTube Writer: Generating Content Based on YouTube Videos

YouTube Writer is a versatile feature offered by that allows users to generate content based on YouTube videos. With YouTube Writer, users can access video content through the Long Form Articles, Katteb Writer, and Katteb Chat interfaces using the YouTube data source button. By simply copying and pasting YouTube video URLs into the YouTube Writer popup, users can ask the AI to generate any type of content based on the video's content. This documentation will guide you through the process and benefits of using the YouTube Writer feature.

Accessing YouTube Writer:
To use the YouTube Writer feature, users can access it through the Long Form Articles, Katteb Writer, or Katteb Chat interfaces. Within the respective interface, users will find the YouTube data source button, which opens the YouTube Writer popup.

Inputting YouTube Video URLs:
In the YouTube Writer popup, users can copy and paste the URLs of the YouTube videos they wish to generate content about. These URLs serve as the source material for the AI to extract information and generate content.

Generating Content:
After inputting the YouTube video URLs, users can instruct the AI to write content based on the videos. They can specify the type of content they desire, such as articles, blog posts, chat responses, or any other relevant format available in the respective interface.

YouTube Writer utilizes the content from the YouTube videos to generate text-based content that aligns with the user's request. By leveraging the AI's language capabilities and the information obtained from the videos, users can obtain unique and insightful content inspired by the YouTube video content.

It's important to note that the accuracy and quality of the generated content may depend on the nature and quality of the YouTube videos being used as the source material. Additionally, users may need to review and refine the content to ensure it aligns with their specific requirements and objectives.

Updated on: 10/07/2023

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