This Week at YouTube: Comments Panel on Desktop and April Shorts Fund Notifications!

Hello Insiders! Today we have a short Newsflash for you covering the April Shorts Fund notifications and a comments panel coming to desktop.

Check it out and leave us your comments and questions below!

0:00 Intro
0:06 April Shorts Fund Notifications Sent
0:17 [Launch] Comments Panel on Desktop


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— What’s up insiders?

As you know, if it’s
Tuesday, it’s news day.

So let’s get into this week’s updates.

First up, the shorts fund.

Shorts fund recipients who
qualified based on their

April activity were notified last week.

So check out those notifications.

Next up, let’s talk about the
comments panel on desktop.

Currently, comments live below
a video on the watch page

for desktop users.

On mobile and tablets,
comments are shown in a teaser

which then open in an
engagement panel when tapped.

We are streamlining
the comments experience

across surfaces by
adding a comments teaser

like on mobile to desktop that
will appear below a video and

open comments in an engagement panel

to the right of the video.

Comments will still appear below the video

when the teaser is not engaged.

Now, the goal is to enable users
to continue to watch videos

while scrolling through comments.

Let us know if you have any
questions in the comments below.

That’s it for this week.

From the creators of
YouTube to YouTube creators,

we’ll see you next week.


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