How to organize the courses we watch on YouTube?

The dramatic man

Has it ever happened to you that you were watching a course on YouTube, you had to leave it to finish it at another time, and you never saw it again?

Well, it can be saved in a playlist and solved, but at least I, in 10 or 15 years using YouTube, have playlists of all kinds of things and that is really a mess.

OK, the playlist is recent, it is at the top of the list and it is easy to find.

Then, I go to YouTube to continue my course on, I don’t know, JavaScript programming. I open YouTube and … what is this!

It happens that YouTube is perfectly designed to attract our attention and at least I always fall into temptation.

10, 20, or 30 minutes and several interesting but unproductive videos afterward… um, what was I doing? Ah! yes, yes, the course. Focus Fabian, you should be learning.

Worse still, many times I entered the video and it started from the beginning and not from the point where I had left it the last time. Agh! And now? To remember.

The solution

This is the situation that led me to decide to develop an app exclusively to organize my learning on YouTube. And now, I want to share it with you.

This app is called Uolia, it is free, and I promise you that it will increase your productivity by learning with YouTube courses.

Although it can actually be used with any type of content.

If, like me, you find this idea interesting, be sure to try Uolia.

You will be able to organize your content in libraries and folders, directly entering the YouTube video by pressing a button in the playback position where you were the last time.

And you will even be able to create bookmarks, notes, and to-do lists for each video.

These are the links:

Website: https://uolia.com
Web app: https://app.uolia.com
Android app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.uolia.app

Full but mini course

You can watch a free 18-minute course (30+ minutes with practices) on Udemy.

18 minutes?
Yes, no more is needed, Uolia is really very easy to use.

The course is in Spanish with English subtitles.

This is the link to the course:

https://www.udemy.com/course/how-to-organize-your-youtube-courses/

Some screenshots of Uolia

An Uolia library with several folders
An Uolia folder with some content
The Uolia editor
Bookmark form

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Fabian Karaben

Fabian Karaben

Developer of Apps in Flutter, SysAdmin and entrepreneur. The best way to help people is by creating jobs.

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