Mumbai: YouTube announced on Thursday that the ‘Count to Dislike’ button will no longer be visible to viewers. However, creators can see the number of dislikes in YouTube Studio. Creators can see how their content is, whether people like it, how the content is performing. “We are privatizing the number of dislikes on YouTube, but will not remove the dislike button,” the company said in a statement. This change will start gradually from today. (YouTube gives dislikes thumbs-down, hides public counts)
Viewers can still dislike videos, tune in to their recommendations, and privately share feedback with creators. YouTube has introduced a brand new to you tab on their platform so that users can find content that is not part of the general recommendation that appears on the home feed.
The new tab is available on the YouTube homepage on mobile, desktop and TV devices. We look forward to sharing more details about New to You, ”the company said in a statement. This is a feature that helps you find new creators and new content that will allow you to watch more recommended videos than you normally would. The New to You feature is now available on the YouTube homepage on mobile, desktop.
This feature is expected to help reach new audiences by targeting users who are most interested in their content.
Option for languages other than English when live-streaming
YouTube, which is owned by Google, is about to launch a new feature. This will include changes to the caption of the video. It is learned that this change will take place in the next few months. Youtubers will now have access to languages other than English when live-streaming. In addition, the option of auto caption will be available. This feature will help make live-streaming more inclusive and accessible.
YouTube is about to launch a new feature on Android and iOS. This feature will start the auto translation in the caption. This simple service is only available on the desktop. But with the change made by YouTube, users can now add captions from their mobiles.
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(YouTube gives dislikes thumbs-down, hides public counts)