To unify the design on mobile and web, YouTube is going to roll out an update 

A new video page is being introduced by the online video streaming service YouTube

The top comment is now in a more noticeable container that shines out on the screen thanks to this redesign. In the long run, this strategy could succeed in increasing participation.

A new video page is being introduced by the online video streaming service YouTube that makes a number of changes and, most importantly, unifies the design across Android, iOS, and the web.

Google claims that the primary feature of this makeover is the use of pill-shaped buttons for important components. For instance, thumbs up/down and similar buttons are housed in a single container rather than having two separate buttons.

The research stated that regularly used user actions like Share, Create (Shorts), Download, and others receive the same treatment.

The carousel is now located (on mobile) behind the channel details, which are listed after the video’s title, view count, publication date, and hashtags.

The “Ambient Mode,” which enables the bottom of a video to bleed into the system status bar and description section for a more immersive experience, may also be used in conjunction with this new design.

However, the overflow menu offers the choice to enable or disable this.

The top comment is now shown in a more noticeable container that stands out on the screen, which is another significant change with this update. In the long run, this strategy could succeed in increasing participation.

According to reports, things are a little different on the desktop because the video description receives a visual call out, which should help artists.

Although it has not yet been broadly rolled out, this update has been gradually becoming visible to more people in recent weeks.

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