YouTube rolls out Multi-Language audio tracks for creators

YouTube has launched multi-language audio tracks feature worldwide after testing it with select creators. YouTubers can now upload multiple audio tracks to a single video. Continue reading “YouTube rolls out Multi-Language audio tracks for creators”

Susan Wojcicki steps down as YouTube CEO, Neal Mohan to replace her

On Thursday, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki announced that she plans to “start a new chapter focused on my family, health, and personal projects” after running the video-sharing platform for nearly a decade. In a blog post, Wojcicki detailed her plans to step back from her leadership role at the company. Continue reading “Susan Wojcicki steps down as YouTube CEO, Neal Mohan to replace her”

YouTube Go Live Together is a new way to host co-streams

YouTube has now made its “Go Live Together” feature more accessible, rolling it out to all channels with 50 or more subscribers. With this feature, creators can invite a friend to co-livestream with them, making it easier to collaborate and engage with their audience. The main streamer’s feed will be displayed above their guests when going live through a mobile device. Continue reading “YouTube Go Live Together is a new way to host co-streams”

Google to launch Courses on YouTube in India

Today, the 8th version of Google for India 2022 was live-streamed on YouTube. The Union Minister of Railways, Communication, and Information and Technology, Ashwini Vaishnaw, and Google CEO Sundar Pichai shared the stage at the event. Continue reading “Google to launch Courses on YouTube in India”

YouTube gets new tools to fight comment spam and abuse

YouTube has added new measures to combat spam in both the chat and comment sections. Earlier, YouTube began rolling out its own custom gaming emotes. Continue reading “YouTube gets new tools to fight comment spam and abuse”

YouTube begins rolling out its own custom Gaming emotes

YouTube has started rolling out its own personalized emotes. YouTube Emotes, which are similar to Twitch emotes, can be used in comment sections and live conversations across YouTube; however, the platform previously permitted individual streamers to offer their own reactions and emotes. Continue reading “YouTube begins rolling out its own custom Gaming emotes”

YouTube rolls out new startup sound and animations for Smart TVs

YouTube has been making changes to many areas of its brand recently. Most recently, it released a Shorts player for Smart TVs and even revamped its user interface for the web, giving it a more modern look. Now, the service is giving YouTube a new sound when it starts up, giving it a jingle that will be easy to recognize every time that app is opened. Continue reading “YouTube rolls out new startup sound and animations for Smart TVs”

YouTube rolls out Live Q&A for interactive live streams


Google announced a new feature today that will make your live streams even more interactive live Q&A on YouTube. Earlier, YouTube began rolling outrolling out the Shorts Player for Smart TVs. Continue reading “YouTube rolls out Live Q&A for interactive live streams”

YouTube begins rolling out Shorts player for Smart TVs

Starting today, you can watch YouTube Shorts on TVs. Google has also detailed the design process for bringing Shorts to this new platform. This gives a full picture of the steps needed to bring video formats that were made for mobile devices to your TV. Continue reading “YouTube begins rolling out Shorts player for Smart TVs”

Google rolls out Primetime Channels on YouTube in U.S.

Starting today, YouTube users can sign up for Primetime Channels and watch TV, movies, and sports from 30+ streaming services. It’s possible YouTube has everything from creative videos to Oscar-winning blockbusters and episodes of your favourite series. Continue reading “Google rolls out Primetime Channels on YouTube in U.S.”

YouTube gets Separate Tabs for Videos, Shorts, Live Videos

Following a new look and a number of new features that were delivered to users earlier this week, YouTube has started rolling out separate tabs for Live Videos, Shorts, and Videos today. According to YouTube, the move will make it simpler for viewers to find the types of material they are most interested in when discovering a creator’s channel page. Continue reading “YouTube gets Separate Tabs for Videos, Shorts, Live Videos”

YouTube gets an updated look, pinch to zoom and more

Starting today, YouTube has a new look and a number of new features that will improve the user experience by making streaming more modern and immersive. Recently, YouTube introduced channel handles for easier mentions. Continue reading “YouTube gets an updated look, pinch to zoom and more”

YouTube introduces channel handles for easier mentions

In order to make it simpler for users to discover and converse with creators and one another on the Google-owned streaming platform, YouTube has introduced handles. Although the service has attempted to personalize things with channel URLs, it is now going a step further with distinct handles for each channel, providing artists and viewers with a new means of communication. This means that in the future, channel pages and YouTube Shorts will both display handles. Continue reading “YouTube introduces channel handles for easier mentions”

YouTube tests requiring Premium subscription for 4K videos

YouTube is experimenting with placing its 4K content under a YouTube Premium membership. Several users reported witnessing playback of 2160p HD video restricted with wording designating it as a paid feature in recent weeks. Continue reading “YouTube tests requiring Premium subscription for 4K videos”

YouTube to share ad revenue with Shorts creators

Google is launching the next round of our platform’s rewards for creativity. The next generation of creative entrepreneurs is supported by Made on YouTube. Additional opportunities for creators to earn money with Shorts, more options for creators to become partners, and a new vision for the music industry’s relationship with creators are also revealed. Continue reading “YouTube to share ad revenue with Shorts creators”