Google is acquainting filters with the Subscriptions tab on its iOS application today, to make it less intimidating to make sense of what to watch next. The organization says it intends to carry them to Android phones "in the future." The filters exist to help clients all the more easily order their unwatched videos from channels they subscribe to — and could be especially useful for individuals who subscribe to a lot of channels.
With the filters, clients can pick to see videos from every one of their subscriptions at once, videos posted today, videos they may have begun however then bounced away from, ones from subscriptions they haven't viewed at all, live videos from channels they subscribe to, or simply observe a list of those short posts made by YouTube channels that look sort of like tweets. By tapping a filter, clients will see a reverse-chronological list of videos that match that filter.
The filters aren't mandatory, however. Individuals who don't utilize them will have their subscriptions default to the reverse-chronological list of each video from each channel they've subscribed to — simply like they generally have.
In any case, the accessible filters are entirely fundamental, and a few potential alternatives that are missing here. Having the option to filter subscriptions by category or length, for instance, would make these more helpful. Ideally, Google includes more filters in the future.