Welcome to Web Applications Stack Exchange
Welcome to Web Applications, a platform devoted to resolving all your inquiries about web applications. Our Q&A network, Stack Exchange, comprises individuals like you who contribute to this platform. Our goal is to compile a thorough database of information by collecting detailed answers to all questions regarding the usage of web applications.
We understand that the topic of "web applications" can be extensive and intricate. That's why we have spent more than a decade narrowing down our area of expertise. For more information, please check out What kind of questions can I ask here? The detailed version. Here is a brief overview of our approach, which we encourage you to read carefully.
We're a little bit different from other sites. Here's how:
Ask questions, get answers, no distractions
This site is all about getting answers. It's not a discussion forum. There's no chit-chat.
Good answers are voted up and rise to the top.
The best answers show up first so that they are always easy to find.
The person who asked can mark one answer as "accepted".
Accepting doesn't mean it's the best answer, it just means that it worked for the person who asked.
Is it possible to play YouTube playlists in reverse order?
As most YouTube playlists seem to be updated at their start, it would be quite useful to play those playlists, on a PC or in the Android Go app, in reverse order. I would also be interested in the reason why playlists are updated like this, as there has to be a reason for it!
I ran into a site that seems to do exactly what you asked for: https://playlist.tools/
It allows reverse playlist playback and doesn't need you to install any browser extensions
You can play it in date order from oldest published to newest using this site: http://www.playbackloop.com/
But I am still looking for a way to simply reverse order
Get answers to practical, detailed questions
Focus on questions about an actual problem you have faced. Include details about what you have tried and exactly what you are trying to do.
- Using a website which behaves like an application
- Augmented browsing extensions that directly relate to the use of a web application (Greasemonkey scripts for a web application, etc.)
Not all questions work well in our format. Avoid questions that are primarily opinion-based, or that are likely to generate discussion rather than answers.
Questions that need improvement may be closed until someone fixes them.
Don't ask about...
- Creating or developing a web application
- Web browsers, including features and browser extensions/add-ons
- Anything not directly related to web applications
- Questions that are primarily opinion-based
- Questions with too many possible answers or that would require an extremely long answer
- Questions that are Web App recommendation requests
- Hosted scripts such as Wordpress.org and phpBB
- Trello feature requests and bug reports
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