Subs Dot Experiment, Pinned Chat to 100%, YPP Appeal by Video, YT Terms of Service, and MORE!

  • November 24, 2020
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Hello Insiders! Today we’ve got a bunch of updates from experiments to launches.

Check them out and leave your comments and questions below!


0:00 Intro
0:24 Chat support in Studio for Monetizing Creators
1:09 Looking for Mobile First Creators for the Creator Research Program
1:30 Update to YT Terms of Service
2:32 [Deprecation] Featured Channels Are Changing!
3:12 [Launch] Pinned Chat to 100%
3:28 [Experiment] “You’re Leaving YouTube” Message on External Link
3:55 [Experiment] Subs Dot Visual Treatment
4:39 YPP Appeal by Video
6:18 Trivia Winner

6 Tips for Better Audience Retention CI video:
Chat Support in Studio CI video:
Sign up to Participate in Creator Research:
YT Terms of Service Update:
Appeal by Video:



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