YouTube Expanding Community Posts to Channels With 500 Subscribers

Today, the world’s second-biggest search engine officially announced that Community posts will now be accessible for YouTube channels with 500 subscribers.

On Friday, September 10, YouTube officially announced in a community post that the company is expanding Community posts for millions of creators to be deeply connected with their audience by uploading different types of content like images, polls, GIFs, and more.

Previously, the Community tab was only available for YouTube channels that have more than 1000 subscribers but now the company makes it easier for a large number of creators to quickly connect with an audience of over 500 subscribers.

The implementation of the new feature for eligible YouTubers will be started on October 12, 2021. But noted that it could be take up to a week to see the new Community posts option after your channel crossed 500 subscribers.

In the past year, Google added new multiple features to improve the Community posts experience such as uploading posts with multiple images on Android (soon for iOS and web), post metrics in YouTube analytics, and post scheduling.

Now more YouTube creators will be able to use the Community tab on their smartphones with more creative options, so, Google has now finally decided to remove the Discussion tab from its most popular video platform from October 12, 2021,

The Discussion tab provides the same options as the Community tab. However, you will still be able to use the Discussion tab from the channel page on the desktop but only until its removal date.

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