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How to enable picture-in-picture for YouTube on your Mac

If you like to work with a music video playing in the background or watch your favorite sports team while perusing social media, or maybe if you simply like doing two things at once, picture-in-picture (PiP) can be really useful. It lets you pin a small window showing a video within a larger window on your computer or TV screen.

The feature has worked automatically for certain video apps on iOS for some time now, but if you’re using a Mac and Apple’s Safari browser, you can easily set up PiP for a YouTube video on macOS as well. These tips are courtesy of a great tweet by Ricky Mondello.

There are a couple of other ways you can start PiP.

That’s it! Enjoy your video.

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