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Search Subscriptions Only #30

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Sidneys1 opened this issue Jul 24, 2018 · 3 comments

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commented Jul 24, 2018

One of the features desperately needed on youtube is the ability to search videos of all of your own subscriptions.

E.g., I'm subscribed to Channel A and Channel B. If I search my subs for "asdf", I should get all of the videos from Channel A and Channel B that match that search.

Use case: I often will find a game that intrigues me, and want to search for LPs of that game. Before I find a new channel to watch it on, I want to know if any of my existing subs has published content from that game before.

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commented Jul 24, 2018

Absolutely! I think advanced search is an excellent thing to have, similar to Reddit or DuckDuckGo. Maybe a flag to toggle the feature in the search bar, something like subscriptions:true?

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commented Sep 17, 2018

Added with f39ed3d, but I'd like to fix it up a bit before I close this.

You can now search only your subscriptions with QUERY subscriptions;true. Currently, other filters will not work with subscriptions:true, which I hope to fix before I close this. Also to note is that it will only search videos that have been mirrored by Invidious (see #37 for more details), so it some will likely be missing until Invidious has had some time to fully update everything. It's also pretty slow for me, so I'll probably also try to optimize it a bit as well before closing.

Just wanted to give everyone an update, I'm still working on adding this.

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commented Sep 26, 2018

Looks like Invidious has been able to mirror just about everything, and is acceptably fast. I'll probably open lack of search filters in a new issue, and close this one.

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