YouTube Begins Rolling Out Separate Tabs for Live Videos, Shorts, Videos

All users on all devices will see the change in the coming weeks

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Changes continue to come to YouTube’s platform, as the Google-owned video site revealed Thursday that it began rolling out separate tabs across all devices for live videos, Shorts and videos.

Google said in its support section, “Based on your feedback, we’re beginning to roll out separate tabs for Shorts, livestreams and long-form videos on all channel pages. We’ve heard that this will make it easier for viewers to discover the kinds of content they’re most interested in when exploring a creator’s channel page, so we’re excited to bring this to you all.”




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