New YouTube Design Focuses on Playlists

Posted by: Maxine Brimmer (2 years, 8 months ago)

The latest redesign to roll out on YouTube debuted to users today, leaning towards the card-like design which Google is now employing on a number of its sites and apps. The new design puts more emphasis on playlists by placing them in a more important position on the left sidebar.

A number of other changes have also been made to allow the website to fit in better with the card look, giving the site a familiar feel alongside other frequently used apps. YouTube users will also notice new icons located on the sidebar and a new menu button located on the top left corner of the screen, right beside the YouTube logo. The menu features a guide to playlists, subscriptions, and other features of the popular video streaming site.

Although the sleek new site has already begun to roll out to a number of users, it isn’t available to everyone yet, though it is expected to appear across all accounts in the near future.

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