18 February, 2012

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Hide Watched YouTube Videos To Avoid Repeat Play

Who has not ever watched any video on YouTube? It's hard to find. Most of us visit YouTube on a daily basis and have own favorite videos and channels. But it is not simple to manage the playlist and videos to watch from the channels you have not subscribed to and also from subscription and you can't remember names of every video you watch.
The problem with the videos is many videos do have repetitive names and you can't guess them without watching them. Many times this also happen that you watch the same video again and again and in the end, you realize that you have already watched that video.
But there is no function to avoid or hide the videos you already watched on YouTube. So this GreaseMonkey script comes to help which add a "Close" button behind every video that allows you to delete or hide any particular video forever from your YouTube account. It helps you to avoid repetitive watching of the same video again and again. 

You need to have "GreaseMonkey" extension installed if you are using Firefox. (Downlaod GreaseMonkey for Firefox ) If you are using Chrome or Opera, no need to install GreaseMonkey."YouTube Tweak" works with Firefox, Chrome, and Opera.
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