YouTube Studio, formerly known as YouTube Creator Studio, is a platform provided by YouTube where content creators may control their online presence, channel expansion, audience engagement, and monetary gain. This feature’s goals are to help YouTubers manage their channels, acquire growth-oriented information, and keep up with current events.
In 2005, Creator Studio Classic was first produced by YouTube. In 2019, there was a major revamp of YouTube Studio to conform to Google‘s Material Design user interface. This is due to the fact that Creator Studio Classic employed outdated technology and software. As a result, employing an older software to incorporate new technologies and capabilities into this feature would take a long time.
By November 2019, access to Creator Studio Classic was progressively being eliminated in favor of the revamped and rebranded “YouTube Studio,” which will serve as an replacement for the feature for the approximately 150,000 creators who relied on it. The number of YouTube channels affected by this adjustment increased from 1% in January 2020 to 10% in February 2020 to 100% in April 2020.
YouTube Studio mobile application and computer program both have lots of customized and personalized features that vary from creator to creator, channel to channel and country to country.