YouTube has updated Settings in YouTube Studio to make navigation of critical elements in the app more convenient. These include a modernized channel header, navigation chips like ‘switch account’ and ‘Google account,’ an updated Account Management section, and reorganization of Settings into categories that make them easier to access.
Editing channel banners and other channel information will be much easier now with the help of a new layout that will allow creators to make these changes from different surfaces in the app.
The newly added navigation chips will point to commonly used elements such as account switching and content management tools. The updated Account Management section on the other hand will simplify the process of managing channel access permissions and roles.
Lastly, the organization of Settings into categories intends to match the overall structure of the app. While there hasn’t been addition of any new tools or features, the updates are meant to improve the functional purpose and navigation experience for creators on YouTube Studio.
The new YouTube Studio Settings updates are rolling out to all creators on the app in the coming weeks.