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YouTube is updating its mobile app interface with dedicated tabs for Shorts, Live content, and long-form videos. The change will remove the YouTube Shorts and live content from the videos tab on the channel page; rather, it will have a different dedicated tab. Neal Mohan, YouTube’s Chief Product Officer, previewed the new layout in a tweet; he said, “We’re now rolling out a new update that will split your video content into 3 separate tabs!”

Dedicated Tabs to Improve the User Interface

The new tabs for Shorts and live streaming will make it easier for the super to find the videos they are looking for instead of going through a huge clutter of videos, making it easier for users to discover the type of content they wish to view. In an update on the YouTube Help forum, the company said, “Based on your feedback, we’re beginning to roll out separate tabs for Shorts, live streams, 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!”

Updated Layout is Rolling out to all Users

The new and updated look of YouTube has already started rolling out to users, and it will be widely available in the coming weeks. The new layout will feature the following tabs on the Channel pages: Home, Videos, Shorts, Live, Playlists, Community, and Channels. In order to narrow down the search, the users will also get access to filters like “Recently uploaded” and “Popular,” which will help them to find the content easily and conveniently.

Also read: YouTube Gets a Much-Awaited Visual Overhaul Along with Other Features

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