Youtube Updated With New Centre-aligned Design And Improved Playlist Options

Starting today you’ll see some changes to make it easier to find what you want to watch on YouTube http:// and collect playlists to watch again and again." Under the new playlist revamp, the left side of the YouTube site will also have a dedicated Playlists window below the ‘What to Watch’ section, which will show users their favourite videos, and the channels they like. In addition, there will be a new guide that will have all the playlists created and playlists liked. If a user makes a playlist then there will be a new page that helps making the editing easier. In addition to that, the blog states that there is a new look to the website too.
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YouTube makes playlists easier to manage

(Credit: Google/YouTube) Some layout changes for YouTube debuting on Wednesday bring with them better playlist management options. Related stories: YouTube to wipe site clean of ‘fraudulent’ video views The changes, rolling out to all YouTube visitors over the next few days, make the YouTube site more closely resemble its mobile apps. The interface is now center-aligned, and a prominent "guide" three-lined icon next to the site logo places options such as subscriptions and playlists in the center of your screen. The site also has made some adjustments to playlists themselves.
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