Yokto is a cool web tool. It allows its users to create video playlists containing videos from the most popular video websites. YouTube too has this functionality of enabling users to create playlists of the videos they like but these playlists are only limited to YouTube videos. Now with Yokto you can add videos from YouTube, Vimeo, DailyMotion, Photobucket, and Slideshare.
Users can fetch videos from all the popular videos sites into a single playlist. They can even share this playlist with the rest of world via embedding it in blogs, wikis, and websites. What is even greater about Yokoto is its Video Collector tool. By simply dragging this icon to your favourite bar, you will be able to collect videos from every webpage containing a video. Just click on the icon and choose the playlist you want to add it to and once the video is added you can then customize the playlist and get the embed code that you can use on your webpage or blog.
Another advantage of Yokoto Player is that users can conduct a search for content and they can also add their own media. There is an ‘organize media’ tab for organizing media into playlists.
Yokoto is a great tool for teachers. They can use it to create playlists of videos to share with students or embed in the classroom blog.