YouTube Testing Interface Tweak to Hide Comments Section on Mobile App


YouTube is undoubtedly the best Video Streaming App for all Smartphone users. It comes as a default App on most new smartphones. The app gets regular updates with new features making its interface more user-friendly. The streaming giant is testing a new feature that lets users hide the comments section on the YouTube app.

The Comment Section on YouTube app is something you do not want to see as people leave awful comments and they get into the unwanted conversation within the section which most of the streamers don’t like. Well, you will be able to get rid of this Comments section with the new update of YouTube app very soon.

Many YouTube users avoid comments section to avoid unwanted conversations and awful comments on the videos that they are currently exploring.

YouTube has become globally popular with the expansion of mobile devices. YouTube is being watched by millions of smartphone users every day. To make the interface more user-friendly and clean, the giant is bringing out this essential feature for the users who make use of this streaming app every single day.

YouTube app users can easily access the comments section just by scrolling with a finger. The comment section is indeed a useful feature; however, most of the users find it unwanted. They don’t use it or leave any kind of comments on the videos. For those, this new feature is being tested by the giant.

This new hide Comments feature was first spotted by XDA developers. This feature will be enabled by default on the YouTube app. To see the comments section, you have to enable it from the Settings app.

Users will see a prompt message on the display that says the Comments have been moved. This lets them make aware of this feature. You can simply tap the message to enable this feature. You can avoid such warnings in future by disabling notifications from the Settings menu of the App.

It is still unclear when will we get to see this updated YouTube app with Hide Comments feature enabled. For that, we will have to wait for the official statement from Googe.

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