YouTube announced a new update that will now split video content across all channel pages into three separate tabs
YouTube, a platform for streaming videos, has recently announced a new update that would, beginning immediately, separate video material across all channel pages into three separate tabs for shorts, live streams, and long-form films, respectively. According to a weblog, the update will make it simpler for viewers to find the specific kind of content in which they have the most interest when exploring the website of a creator’s channel.
When the viewer clicks on the Shorts tab, they will only see shorts. If a user is watching Shorts in the Shorts feed and then navigates to a creator’s channel from the feed, they will be brought directly to this new tab so that they may continue watching Shorts. Viewers will be able to find any and all streams, including those that are now running, scheduled, or archived, under the page labeled “Live.” On the other hand, longer-form content will continue to be kept on the Videos page.
According to the new information, in the near future, users who access the Videos tab on Facebook won’t be able to view live broadcasts or shorts. According to the information provided by the company, in the upcoming weeks, the new Shorts and Live tabs will start appearing alongside the traditional Videos option on all devices. In the meantime, YouTube just recently announced that it would start rolling out new design elements and product features, like the ability to zoom in and out of videos, to improve the overall experience of using the platform.