Looks like this is a new era for BigG. Indeed, after addressing the arrival of AI at Google, it’s time to address one YouTube-related issue: Stories will soon be gone.
In this regard, the Stories format (not to be confused with Short videos) will no longer be available on the platform, as reported by The Verge and announced by a YouTube Community Manager via the official Google support portal. As of 26 June 2023. From that date, essentially all YouTube channels will no longer be able to post Stories and existing posts will disappear after 7 days.
To be clear, what we are talking about is the possibility of viewing temporary broadcasts by channels, that is, those signaled by the appearance of an image. Red circle around YouTube channel art. In short, the Stories feature has been around 6 years since it was first introduced in 2017. In any case, only YouTube channels with more than 10,000 subscribers could use it.
Much like Instagram, the feature doesn’t seem to have worked very closely with the Google platform. For the rest, what the Mountain View company wants to do with this move is Content Creators are also Use other methods like community posts and Shorts videos to update your account. All this says the era of Stories on YouTube is about to end.
Source: Every Eye