Google reveals a new YouTube homepage for desktop

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Google reveals a new YouTube homepage for desktop

Today, Google revealed that it’s presenting a new home page experience for YouTube on tablets and desktops. The makeover was first found back in August, and it’s offering beginning today and must be readily available to everybody “quickly.”

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This piece of news was shared by YouTube on their official blog page where they stated,

Starting today, we’re bringing you the new YouTube homepage — a design that brings more features to the viewing experience on Home to help you find the next great video to watch. The updated design will begin rolling out today across desktops and YouTube apps on Android and iOS tablets, and will be available to everyone soon

What to expect from the new YouTube homepage

New YouTube homepage feature- Easily find the next great video to watch

Easily find the next great video to watch: This makeover consists of longer video titles and more prominent, richer thumbnails to provide you more precise info about the video at a glimpse, plus greater resolution video sneak peeks. As part of this cleaner style, you’ll see we’ve likewise gotten rid of some material racks. You can still discover rows of videos for breaking news, music mixes, and more.

When searching on Home, you’ll likewise see channel icons listed below each video, making it simpler to acknowledge your preferred developers and material you like.

New YouTube homepage feature- Customize your next queue videos

Customize your next queue videos: You can now pick a handful of videos to see next without disrupting the video you’re presently viewing. Videos in your line will not save after you’ve closed your internet browser. However, now you can constantly save videos to your long-term “Watch Later” playlist, too.

New YouTube homepage feature- Remove suggestions from channels you don't want to watch

Remove suggestions from channels you don’t want to watch: YouTube released a feature on mobile previously this year to make it even easy to inform to stop recommending videos from a specific channel, and today YouTube bringing this to desktop. Steps are as follows:

Menu (three-dot symbol next to the video on the homepage) > Don’t recommend channel

After these steps, you must no longer see videos from that channel recommended to you on the YouTube homepage.

Select topics to refine your Homepage and up next videos: YouTube will be including new methods to filter your home page, as it did on mobile phones previously this year. Users will have the ability to pick from a set of advised subjects so that just videos about that subject are revealed on the home page. There’s no particular date for this; however, Google states it’s coming quickly.

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