How To Use The YouTube New Look, An Overview
- December 2, 2011
- Posted by: Craig Chamberlin
- Category: Uncategorized
It has been countless years since YouTube has many dramatic aesthetic changes to the look. However, just a day ago, YouTube decided to release a new look. This video will show how to use the new YouTube look and give a complete overview of many of the new features available for users to try out.
YouTube has been in the business of providing high quality streaming video to users for years now, and the original look has become a standard for many video driven websites. However, when YouTube originally attempted to release a new look a few months back, code named Cosmic Panda, many of the users looked at it negatively and were concerned with the changes they were trying to make.
Of course, people fear change when it comes to the look and layout they are used too, but there were many features in the new look of the YouTube Cosmic Panda theme that offered some advantages. Primarily, The New Look focuses on trying to make YouTube partners and video uploaders more qualified at content aggregation. It forces YouTube users to organize their videos into distinct playlists that offer a better organization to the end user.
While this may frustrate many content developers, people such as myself who strive to organize their YouTube videos are happy to see their labors come to bear fruit. The new look takes full advantage of playlist organization, so the “video series” I made a long time ago are now more easily accessible to my viewerbase.
To get started with The New Look at YouTube, simply visit the website at http://www.youtube.com and you will get started.