YouTube is reportedly making it easier for creators to change their name and profile picture on YouTube Studio. The changes will now only have an effect on the YouTube channel instead of all the Google account. The new feature used to be it sounds as if a highly requested one from YouTube creators and reportedly started rolling out on April 22. This feature is to be had to both personal and brand accounts on the video sharing social media platform. Recently, YouTube also added a checks feature that verifies copyright information before it any satisfied is uploaded.
A outline by The Verge states that YouTube will now allow creators to change their names and profile pictures on the social media platform without changing them with the linked Google account. This will enable creators to have a different name and picture for their YouTube and Gmail accounts whether they want to do so. Then again, there’s a rider that creators with a verified account will lose their verified badge. In this sort of case, users can reapply for the verification, as per the journal.
Creators can change their name and profile picture heading to YouTube Studio. Once there, head to the Customisation option from the sidebar on the left side of the screen. Creators can then change their profile picture under the Branding tab and can change their name under the Basic info tab. Gadgets 360 wasn’t in a position to independently verify the feature. It may be speculated that the update hasn’t reached all users yet.
YouTube recently added a checks feature for creators to its YouTube Studio. The new feature will check for copyright infringement before a video is uploaded to YouTube. The video sharing platform, along side copyright owners, actively checks for any violation of the laws that may lead to any video being pulled down from YouTube. Then again, despite the fact that no violations are found before the video is uploaded, copyright owners can still flag it after it is uploaded. This would possibly not have an effect on copyright trolling at some point. An extra feature has been introduced that tells the subscriber count in real-time. The count is visible on the Author Dashboard under the Analytics tab.
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