YouTube Redesigns its Video Manager

Google is busy renovating its different products these days. Over the past few months, we have seen a lot of new changes and improvements that Google has made in its different platforms. Earlier this month, Google introduced a whole new redesign to its online video sharing community, YouTube. Now the search giant has revamped video manager of its one of the largest online video sharing community.

With new video manager, Google has made things a lot fresher. The new video manager sports a smooth user interface, making navigation a simple task.

The search giant has started rolling out the changes to its YouTube users. With these new changes, managing videos will become a very simple task. If you want to try it now without being for it to roll out to you, just go to ‘Video Manager’ and hit ‘try it now’.

Following are the highlights of the new Video Manager mentioned by Google on its official YouTube blog:

  • Simplified top and left navigation bars to help you get to the tools you need more quickly
  • Icons to indicate privacy status, if monetization is enabled and scheduled publish status
  • Badges to indicate whether videos are HD, Creative Commons and/or captioned
  • A new look that’s consistent with our fresh coat of digital paint

The new Video Manager is an attempt from Google to make things less cluttered in the editing tools as well offers a simple and easy navigation. It is also a clear indication of Google’s intention to bring all its platforms in line with each other.

If you are interested to know more about the new Video Manager, you can visit the Official YouTube Blog to have better understanding of the changes made.

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