YouTube has described some new updates to its YouTube Studio mobile app, which will give creators more flexibility to manage their channels on the go, while making it easier to track performance on desktop and mobile, instead of requiring channel managers to log in on a device. office.
The biggest update is the addition of new search filters for comments, giving creators more ways to maximize engagement by interacting with fans.
As you can see here, at the top of the screen, new filters are available to search for your channel’s comments.
These new filtering options include:
- Response status: have I already replied to this comment?
- Contains a question: does the comment contain a question?
- Number of subscribers: does the commenter have at least a certain number of subscribers?
- Subscriber status: is the commenter publicly following me?
- Member status: is the commenter a member of the channel?
- Research: Do some comments contain a specific word that I want to search for?
This gives you a lot more ability to respond to key comments from your mobile device, ensuring they are addressed in a timely manner, which could be a hugely beneficial addition for channels that receive a lot of comments.
YouTube has also added new analytics elements to the YouTube Studio app, bringing it more in line with the desktop version, including information about repeat viewers, comparative view counts and more.
YouTube says that in the future it will ensure that all metrics added to the desktop version of the app are also available on the mobile platform, ensuring greater parity and usefulness between the two.
Mobile Studio users can also now appeal video monetization decisions through the app, while it has also added more currency options to the display to help creators better understand their monetization progress.
“You can find the currency setting by tapping your channel icon in the top right > Settings > Currency. Note: Changing the currency setting will apply to all users with access to your channel, as well as Studio on desktop and in the mobile app.”
YouTube also refreshed the Studio app icon, bringing it more in line with YouTube’s other apps, while moving several function tabs to the new bottom bar, making them more accessible, as they were previously listed in the menu. of three-point functions.
As stated, the main goal, overall, is to ensure that Studio desktop and mobile apps stay aligned, ensuring that users are able to manage their YouTube presence on the go. And with more and more people now managing their channels remotely, this should provide greater working flexibility to ensure creators get the most out of their YouTube content.
And while many of these changes may not seem like “game changers” that will change the way you manage your YouTube clips, they could have a big impact, ensuring maximum flexibility and usability through the management tools. Youtube.
You can learn more about YouTube Studio updates here.