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Youtube announced that it has rolled out separate tabs for Shorts, live streams, and long-form videos on all channel pages.

In a blog post, YouTube announced, “Moving forward, you will no longer see Shorts or live streams in the Videos tab. We’ve heard that this will make it easier for viewers to discover the kinds of content they’re most interested in when exploring a creator’s channel page.”

Before the update, one would have seen a single tab “videos,” which showed a list of all the user’s uploads, including shorts, live streams, and regular-length videos.

In the Shorts tab, one will only see YouTube shorts. “When you are watching Shorts in the Shorts feed and navigate to a creator’s channel from the feed, you will be directed right to this new tab to keep enjoying Shorts,” wrote YouTube.

In Live tab, one will find all streams in a tab including any that are currently active, scheduled, or archived. Videos tabs will continue to house long-form content.

In the coming weeks, one will find the new Shorts and Live tabs next to the classic Videos tab across all devices.