YouTube expanding Community tab to channels with over 10,000 subscribers and is introducing "Reels"

If your channel has at least 10,000 subscribers, the Community Tab will be rolling out over the next few weeks.

Make sure you have a Custom Layout for your channel

You can use the Community tab to post text, images and GIFs, videos and live streams to engage your audience:

YouTube will try to make sure fans who are interested will see your Community posts:

Your most engaged viewers can now see Community posts in the Home feed, whether they’re subscribed to your channel or not. We’ve also optimized our notifications so that your fans are eligible to receive them, but they won’t necessarily get a new notification for every new Community post.

New: Reels are YouTube Stories (still in beta)

Reels are YouTube’s spin on the popular “stories” format, but designed specifically for YouTube creators. We learned that you want the flexibility to create multiple Reels and have them not expire, so we’ll give you those options..

Suggestions from YouTube on how to use your Community tab:

* Take the free +YouTube Creator Academy​ lesson

* Involve your fans in the creative process

* Bring your fans behind the scenes

* Cross-promote other channels and Creators

Get all the details on the +YouTube Creators​ blog, including examples of channels successfully using their Community:

Questions? Post in the YouTube Help Forum!topic/youtube/RrbdRspSrxQ
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