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YouTube Studio Updates: What You Need to Know | Creator News Roundup

Published: December 2, 2020

As a content creator, staying updated with the latest YouTube developments is essential for maintaining a successful channel. In this edition of the Creator News Roundup, we’ll cover the transition to YouTube Studio, explore exciting new features, and offer tips on how to secure your channel against threats. So, without further ado, let’s jump in!

Making the Move to YouTube Studio

The time to switch to YouTube Studio is now, as Youtube continues to phase out the Creator Studio Classic for more users. Familiarize yourself with the new interface and take advantage of the additional data and insights it offers. Although certain features like end screens and the Playlists page are still available in Classic, they’ll soon be fully moved to YouTube Studio, so it’s worthwhile to get ahead of the curve.

Latest Additions to YouTube Studio

YouTube is dedicated to improving the creator experience, which is evident in their latest enhancements to YouTube Studio. These improvements include bulk uploading capabilities, commenter badges, and more. Though the transition from Creator Studio Classic may seem daunting, these updates are purposefully crafted to support your channel’s growth.

Among the noteworthy new features, the customization of overview pages in Analytics and advanced comment filters stand out, offering deeper insights to help you identify opportunities to expand your channel.

Demystifying Notification Metrics

YouTube has addressed creators’ curiosity about subscriber notifications with the ‘Bell notifications sent’ card in YouTube Studio analytics. This feature breaks down essential figures: the number of subscribers who were alerted about your uploads, the click-through rate on those notifications, and the resulting views. Access to this data empowers creators to understand how notification visibility contributes to video performance and audience engagement.

For an in-depth look at this update, view our Product Manager’s video here:
Product Manager Video

Securing your account is a top priority, given the risks of phishing schemes that aim to capture sensitive information or compromise your account. We strongly recommend enabling 2-Step Verification as an extra defense against unauthorized access.

Beware of phishing attacks and always confirm that communications from YouTube or Google come from official domains such as ‘@youtube.com’ or ‘@google.com’. For detailed instructions on recognizing and handling phishing attempts, follow this link:
Identifying Phishing Attempts

By ensuring the safety of your account, you can continue to focus on producing quality content without jeopardizing your security.

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