Vine Launches Profile Pages, Adds “TV Mode” Viewing

Just a couple weeks after taking reservations for profile URLs, Vine has rolled out profile pages for all of its users.

This is a welcome move for anyone that uses Vine, but especially for brands that have been successful — or want to be successful — in using the six-second video platform to grow an audience. The profile pages now give anyone an easy way to see all of a brand’s videos in one place, get embed codes and other sharing options, start to follow the brands, etc.

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Users can also leave comments on videos right from the profile page. Strangely, commenting still isn’t possible from a video’s post page.

Vine is also adding a new feature called “TV Mode” to the profile pages. A small TV icon in the upper right of the browser window lets users watch all of an account’s videos in sequence and in full-screen mode.

Vine’s blog post says this is the “first step toward bringing you a richer, more enjoyable web experience,” and more improvements are on the way.

Related Topics: Channel: Video | Top News | Twitter: Vine

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