Here Are Some Major Changes You Might See on YouTube

YouTube’s desktop website is perhaps its most iconic and widely used outlet, and recently the team that is responsible for maintaining and updating the desktop version has rolled out a bunch of updates that are ostensibly going to make it a lot easier for you to enjoy your YouTube video streaming experience and obtain a much better level of satisfaction after your usage has ended to some extent.

One improvement that is coming your way involves a new play all button for playlists. This will make it easier for people that like to binge watch playlists on YouTube.

Here Are Some Small Changes You Might See on YouTube

You are also going to get unique icons for playlists which will give them a distinct identity that either a particular playlist is private or unlisted, something that is extremely important for people that are trying to find certain kinds of content and would like an easier way to figure out if playlists will have the kind of content that they might be looking for at that particular point in time.

Several Small Changes Are Coming To YouTube

These aren’t the only changes that are coming to YouTube. A number of bug fixes are coming your way as well. A lot of people had reported that comments were not loading for them on desktop versions of YouTube, so this is an issue that has been fixed. Multiple other minor issues have been dealt with as well (more details can be read on YouTube Community page), and all in all this roll out will definitely have a positive impact on your YouTube experience.
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One thing that you should keep in mind is that the above mentioned updates are only coming to the desktop version of YouTube. A separate team is responsible for the app as well as other versions of the platform, so these changes will not apply there.

On the other hand, Camilla from YouTube Team announced a "new home for live streaming on YouTube – the Live Control Room in YouTube Studio (beta)". According to Camilla's post, the new feature will help YouTubers to "create, manage, and monitor" their live streams right from one dashboard.

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