YouTube Web desktop: test for a layout of the Home with the thumbnails larger
YouTube is testing a new layout for the homepage on the desktop web site: the video thumbnails are much more broad, and then there are less video. Judging by the screenshots circulating on Twitter, from the six columns that are passed to four. In broad lines, then, in each page there are 12 videos instead of 18. The spacing is also modified in such a way that the empty space between the thumbnail and the other is reduced. There are even more categories.
This is not funny, @YouTube. I'm sorry, but this is the worst update I've ever seen and now the homepage is just unusable, i can't look at thumbnails so big, my eyes are in pain right now. You can't make everything gigantic, because now everyone behind my back can see my home page. pic.twitter.com/qejseeqdWU
It is not clear how many people have received the new layout, but it seems that it is one of the many tests that Google leads regularly to modify and update its software services. For the moment, it seems that the idea is not proving very successful among the users, who argue, with tones also rather bright, that the previous layout was more versatile. It is rather easy to see the similarities between this new layout and consolidated for the mobile, and it is plausible that Google is trying to unify the experience of the various platforms. Historically, however, similar companies have had disappointing results. The only real Notes? Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is on offer today on 528 euro from Unieuro at 649 euros. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING