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Re: YouTube Wants to Be Your Must-See TV
Posted by: Erika Morphy 2012-12-08 20:19:34
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Google has restyled its YouTube page to make it easier for viewers to keep up with channel subscriptions. The redesign builds on last year's introduction of a Guide on the home page. Google is now displaying the YouTube Guide across all devices.
The changes underscore the benefits of subscribing to the various channels. After viewers sign up, the Guide lets them know when there are new videos waiting, suggests other content they might enjoy, and points out videos friends are sharing.
The layout is simpler and more streamlined.

Re: YouTube Wants to Be Your Must-See TV
Posted by: WhyIsTheSkyFalling 2012-12-08 20:39:37 In reply to: Erika Morphy
You Tube WAS my go to entertainment source, and had already replaced television in our home! And then they changed the format.
Now the only content I might view on that site is the happenstance external link to it.
YouTube can count me out of the browsing experience.
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