Quora is a platform that is subjected to answer all types of questions through text. If you put a question on Quora, it will lead you to a heap of people answering the same question that might be framed in a different way but with the same meaning.
But it seems, Quora has high ambitious, as it has tried to venture into answering the queries now more with visibility and not just readability: it is introducing the video feature in it. Since we all believe in the old saying “Seeing is believing,” Quora has been testing video answers in its platform because it’s easier to show how to get the work done rather than answer it in words. The community of users in the beta group will have the advantage to record videos on either iOS or Android and submit it for the seekers to view the whole process conveniently.
“Our mission is to share and grow the world’s knowledge, and knowledge comes in many forms- not just written answers,” Quora’s head of mobile Tommy MacWilliam informed. “Just like with text answers, people can upvote or downvote video answers to indicate how helpful the video is at answering the question.”
The older version of Quora allowed its users to answer through text, sometimes through photos, links were also accepted and YouTube videos that were inserted in the platform answering a specific question. But now, it has taken the whole matter into its hand and will promulgate videos in its platform.
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