Today YouTube had just made some work done with the user interface of their video website. YouTube had now decided to keep users cool and rolled out some more updates.
The news comes straight from the YouTube development team – the official blog post says that they’ve upgraded the Browser page in order to give “a fresh look-and-feel” which will surely guide your browsing experience to discover even more Channels on YouTube. The video site have also created content categories in order to simplify the video browsing experience of each and every topic listed in the left browsing menu bar.
If you ready to click on the Entertainment tab in the left menu, you’ll now find sub-categories related to the most viewed today, popular around the Web and also some selected Channels which are related to Entertainment content. Likewise, you can click on your favorite tabs like Technology, Apple, Android, Windows, Mac, Nokia, How To Guides and so on and on….!
If you are one of those uploading videos, YouTube’s pushed an update to Video editor. This update is mostly visual as they’ve stream-lined the look to match the rest of YouTube’s recently updated aesthetic, but they also added a new timeline feature and made the clip-trimming tool a little easier to use.
YouTube has updated the Video Manager as well, which would be the third upgrade to its site. Similar to Video editor, Video Manager has been given more gestures in order to match the rest of YouTube’s layout. Beyond that change, users will now see a “search history” tool and “an improved display of scheduled uploads and claimed videos.”
Additionally, as a response to the feedback from YouTube users, the statistics for likes and dislikes have returned. But don’t expect to see it right now, though, according to the post, this new stats feature will be re-introduced into the wild over the next couple of days from now.
This is it, now the video site YouTube gets updated to the new level with Browsing pages, Video Managers and Video editor, and in few days with todays stats and many more.