YouTube New Big Policy Update 2021
YouTube is now Changed With new Policies. And 2021 is lot of Exception. Here’s everything you need to know about YouTube’s latest updates.
YouTube is home to lots of great videos. But now it’s Change and 2021 is with New Policy Updates. These changes are a mixed bag, with some designed to encourage content creators to create more content, some designed to help users get more out of the service, and some designed to help YouTube make more money.
Big Updates New Policies
The Biggest Changes On YouTube In 2021 These are the top 7 biggest changes happening on YouTube in 2021:
- Big Updates New Policies
- Changes to YouTube video monetization
- YouTube video chapters are gaining more strength
- YouTube shorts are expanding to the rest of the world
- The subscriber count is losing its importance
- Increasing focus on mobile creators
- New features in YouTube Studio
Changes to YouTube video monetization
YouTube just changed its rules on video monetization, and YouTube creators aren’t happy. Essentially, Google will now show ads on all videos, even if their creators don’t want ads. And creators won’t get a penny. It’s all in a new section of YouTube’s terms of service called “Right to Monetize.”
YouTube video chapters are gaining more strength
Chapters break up your YouTube video into sections, each with an individual preview. These chapters can help viewers by giving more info and context by allowing them to rewatch different parts of the video. … This helps viewers to skip chapters when they are on-the-go.
YouTube shorts are expanding to the rest of the world
YouTube’s TikTok competitor, YouTube Shorts, is now rolling out globally. The service launched first in India last year, before expanding to around 26 countries including the US and the UK.
Last year, YouTube Shorts launched first in India, then expanded to 26 countries including the US and the UK. Although the service is still in beta, it will be available “across more than 100 countries around the world where YouTube is available.”
The subscriber count is losing its importance
If it seems that your subscriber count has changed or dropped, it could be for one of these reasons: Viewers are subscribing and unsubscribing to your channel normally. We’ve removed spam subscribers from your channel. If impacted, you’ll see an alert in YouTube Studio.
YouTube gives viewers more choice
YouTube doesn’t allow anything that artificially increases the number of views, likes, comments, or other metrics either by using automatic systems or serving up videos to unsuspecting viewers. Also, content that solely exists to incentivize viewers for engagement (views, likes, comments, etc) is prohibited.
Increasing focus on mobile creators
If you are thinking about starting a YouTube channel in 2021, it’s not too late. There are plenty of opportunities to grow an audience and monetize your videos. … If I had committed to the channel a few years ago, I would be much farther ahead in my YouTube journey today. It’s never too late to start.
New features in YouTube Studio
Click the Channel section of the Creator Studio menu. Select Status and Features. Doing so displays your account status on the right. Now cast your eye a bit below your account statuses and you’ll see your YouTube features.