YouTube is testing out a colorful new design for the playlist and watch history sections of its app for Google and Android TVs.
“We are rolling out a new layout to the Library on TVs for all YouTube users. This is part of our modernization efforts announced earlier this year,” a YouTube spokesperson confirmed to Cord Cutters News.
Some users have noticed a new top row that displays shortcuts in various colors for History, Watch Later, Playlists, Music, and Movies and TV. If you click one of the new shortcut buttons, that category will open in full screen. Underneath the new row — which is housed on the Library tab — it looks like users can scroll through the horizontal categories like normal.
This test is the latest tweaks YouTube has made to its Library tab. In October, the platform experimented with renaming its Library page to “You.” In August, YouTube confirmed it was trialing a smaller, less visible “Skip Ads” button and rounded edges on the main video player.
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