YouTube Is Testing The Community Posts Feed On Home On Mobile


  • Google is testing a new feature called YouTube Community Post Feed
  • The new feature will allow users to discover more ways to discover community posts from creator
  • The new feature is currently under beta testing, on an invite-only basis

YouTube is a widely popular social media platform that provides users with a lot of entertaining content to watch when they are bored. Despite providing so many intuitive features, one feature that users highly use is community posts. Meanwhile, YouTube is testing the Community Post Feed at Home on mobile.

YouTube has long maintained its design language, which sets it apart from other Google apps. YouTube for Android and iOS is now conducting notable testing in part because users are looking for more ways to find community posts from creators, so the company is experimenting with a “posts-only” feed on the Home tab on mobile devices.  

If you’re a part of the Community posts feed experiment, you may see a “See all” button on Community posts on Home, which you can tap to see more posts from channels you’ve previously engaged with or may do. Moving forward, if you want to go back to the Home tab from the posts-only feed, you can always tap the back arrow button at the top left of your screen.  

As always, the company is testing this feed with a small group of users on Android and iOS mobile devices. After this feature becomes stable, the company will soon release it for all users in the coming weeks or months.

Community Posts :

Creators who have access to community posts can interact with their audience using rich media. Community posts include polls, quizzes, GIFs, text, images, and videos. This feature can also allow you to connect with your audience in addition to video uploads. For the Community tab to be available, you must enable access to advanced features on your channel, including channel history, video verification, or a valid ID.


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Jurin Charnvirakul

Jurin Charnvirakul has been a part-time editor at RM Update since 2020, and full-time since 2021. Now, focus your articles on buying guides, tutorials, offer recommendations and product analysis. Graduated in Journalism Communication.

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