YouTube Testing New Upload Icon and Icon Location on Mobile

YouTube appears to be testing YouTube Testing New Upload Icon and Icon Location on Mobile. The company wrote in the official YouTube support forums on Thursday that the slight changes will make it easier to download videos to mobile devices. “We are testing a different site and taking an updated look at the video download app. In our design studios, we found that the creators of the content think the current site is not intuitive. So we’re testing a new site for icons with the company said a small group of users.

YouTube Testing New Upload Icon and Icon Location on Mobile

Those who are part of the experience will find the new symbol in the middle of the bottom bar with a “+” sign in general. These subscriptions’ feed will move these places one place to the right. “Notifications” will also be moved to the top navigation bar as part of the general UI change. “Nothing changes with the functionality of any of these icons / tabs,” the company said. The test is only available to a small number of users at this time. However, Google says it will consider implementing it more widely based on comments. Tag “YouTube Testing New Upload Icon and Icon Location on Mobile”.

YouTube has experienced a number of changes to the platform recently. One of these changes is a simplified list of video quality settings on mobile devices. There is also a “Top Comments” filter in YouTube Studio, which allows platform creators to better interact with their viewers. YouTube also tries to improve the voice search experience by experimenting with a method for setting a different language for voice search than the one currently configured in the app settings. The company recently unveiled the AI-powered SmartReply function for YouTube creators.

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