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Streamed live on Dec 13, 2012
Watch a discussion about YouTube's new look that rolled out on December 6th, 2012.
You'll see the team that designed, and built, the update answer questions from you -- the YouTube community.
If your question isn't answered, join us for a Reddit IAmA on Tuesday, December 18th 2012 at 10am PT / 1pm ET
Click the links below to skip to a specific question within the video:
1:07 - "What motivated you to make the change? What advantages do you think come with the change?"
3:14 - "After the new layout was released, I have been receiving far fewer views on my new uploads than normal. Is this behavior intended, or is it an unintended oversight?"
5:25 - "Why was the list of Trending Videos removed? Now, I have to go to Reddit to find out what videos are trending on YouTube."
7:42 - "The default is "what to watch". People subscribe to channels so they can see those channels' videos. So the default should be uploads from subscriptions -- why isn't it?"
11:33 - "Formerly, when I was viewing a video and I wanted to view another video from this user, there was a drop-down menu that allowed me to see their other uploads. Why did you remove this when it was one of the handiest features?
14:01 - "Why not scrap the "guide" and bring back the "add/remove modules" function on the homepage -- everybody was happy with that, and we could get all the videos that we wanted to see.
18:12 - "Why is the video title at the bottom, with the "Guide" and "More Results" tabs near the top?"