For the second year, YouTube on Friday unveiled a holiday feature that lets users create hosted video cards to send to friends and family. Users can select this option from any YouTube video, or from a special page that houses selected community videos and links to a user's own clips.
There's also an option to make a more personalized greeting straight from a connected Webcam. For now, only one video can be attached to a given greeting card.
When users are finished picking a video for use in a greeting card, they can choose from a handful of themes that house the video player, then add up to 230 characters of text and send the complete card to up to 25 e-mail recipients.
According to YouTube's company blog, more than a million of these greetings were sent out last year, before the feature disappeared in January.