The official YouTube app will soon have all the same analytics as the YouTube Studio app for creators. Also, the ability to regulate comments during live streams has been a much-desired feature; therefore, YouTube is improving the Live Control Room to accommodate it.

Metrics were added to YouTube’s main app, + a New way to manage live streams

When it comes to live streaming, YouTube creators can choose from various options. The primary YouTube app, the Reside Management Room, and the YouTube Studio are accessible from the creator’s home. But not all of them have the same features. Up until now, creators have been limited to using the YouTube cell app for their live chat needs. If a creator began a Livestream from the main YouTube app, they could not edit or manage it via Reside Management Room or YouTube Studio. Creators have to choose between the ease of hosting affordable live conversations and the power of tools like Reside Management Room and YouTube Studio when weighing their options. Creators now have a centralized hub from which they may manage many projects simultaneously. The ability to plan, manage, and edit live streams will soon be available in YouTube’s Reside Management Room and YouTube Studio. Live chat features like polls and pinned products are a part of this. By the end of the week, all creators should have access to the newest versions of the Live Management Room and YouTube Studio.

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YouTube creators have numerous alternatives when it comes to live broadcasts. Creators can go live via the main YouTube app, Live Control Room, or YouTube Studio. They’re not identical, yet they do have some similarities. The YouTube mobile app was formerly the only place where producers could moderate live chats.

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