YouTube will stop posting Rewind, its annual count, for the first time since 2010

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YouTube will stop posting Rewind, its annual count, for the first time since 2010
YouTube will stop posting Rewind, its annual count, for the first time since 2010

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Sorry, Will Smith. There is no place for you YouTube rewind this year. Or anyone else. For the first time since Rewind videos began posting in 2010, YouTube will skip a year.

Rewind’s annual videos celebrate the greatest moments and trends in Youtube every year, as well as its huge community. “However, 2020 was different,” said the platform. It’s a statement. “It doesn’t feel good to go on like it doesn’t, so we’re going to take a break this year RewindYouTube thanked its legions of developers for keeping viewers entertained and helping them get through this pandemic-ridden year.

Although Rewind It is probably not a bad idea to highlight the positive aspects of the platform and ditch the 2020 edition. Who the hell is going to want to remember this year anyway?

In case you need to fill a hole in the shape of one Rewind, here is the 2018 edition that everyone hated.

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