YouTube Gets a Mild Facelift

YouTube, one of the largest video sharing communities on the Internet announced a mini-makeover of its official website today. According to an announcement, there will be four major additions made to its well-known video service to enhance the way users manage and discover new content.

The first to include in its new facelift is a new video end screen, which comes into view after a video plays. It is in fact a full-screen mode with extra viewing references.

The next most noticeable characteristic is an improved playlist bar featuring larger video images and plain ‘back’ and ‘forward’ buttons. The playlists on YouTube are really handy for users who are intended to collect relevant content. The revamped playlists will offer users a smooth experience over the previous playlists which were often associated with snags.

All those users who are intending to organize and oversee their content will be the happiest as YouTube has already updated its YouTube charts. Although, YouTube always kept record of top videos, it was hard to find those videos in submenus or on the landing page. The new design offers some smart search filters which make it easy for users to search the content. YouTube has introduced categories to make search easy, such as “How To & Style” and “Animals & Pets” etc.

YouTube recently introduced a new feature through which you can edit your videos while still on the website. It is perhaps the best feature offered by YouTube. The company has announced a new video editing tool called the WeVideo Now. Using this tool, you can now have more editing options available to edit and touchup your uploaded videos. The WeVideo Now is basically a cloud-based video editing service, which means that you can access all video tools from any computer.

If you want to know more about the new redesign, you can visit YouTube official blog.

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