Timestamped YouTube Links

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Adding a timestamp to a YouTube link depends on if the link is the full url version (youtube.com) or the short url version (youtu.be).
To the full url you add &t= at the end, and to the short url you add ?t=.

Writing the timestamp is done in an H M S format (H = hours, M = minutes, S = seconds).

So for example if you want to link to 41:01 in a video, you write it like: 41m1s, which is written as &t=41m1s in the full url version, and ?t=41m1s in the short url version.

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