YouTube’s Creator Studio is getting even better

The Creator Studio is becoming YouTube Studio and it’s just not just getting a new name but a bunch of fresh new features.

YouTube are enhancing their platform for creators so that their creator portal offers the best experience for uploading your videos and keeping in touch with how well you are doing on the platform. The name change comes with a new build that makes delivering information much more efficient and speedier so you’re always in the loop with your channel’s performance.

The new dashboard, now called YouTube Studio, offers news and updates about the platform as well as performance information about a channel’s most recent videos all in one easy-to-find place. The idea behind the update is to create a better dialogue between YouTube and the millions of creators who use it and upload there every week with enhanced communication features.

The YouTube Studio highlights these new features:

  • Faster delivery of new products and enhancements to creators

  • Increased performance, stability, and accessibility

  • A new more efficient UI that’s built around creator workflows and access to new channel reach metrics such as impressions and unique viewers.

  • Improved performance tools such as Video Snapshot and Insights that tell you how your video is doing in comparison to previous releases.

The new YouTube Studio has launched for all English channels and is coming to 76 more languages over the next two weeks as they transition from the classic Creator Studio experience.

Head of Social Media and Marketing, RouteNote

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