YouTube March Creator Monthly newsletter.

Seeing things clearly makes all the difference. When things are clear, you get more time to do what you love. This month we’re sharing a few things we’ve been working on to make your experience on YouTube smoother. From re-launching our Strikes system to be more transparent, to providing you with better insights on YouTube Analytics.
It all starts with a little extra clarity. Let’s dive in.

WHAT’S NEW

Making it easier to play by the rules.

We heard you, so we simplified the Strikes system to focus on consistent enforcement, clear policies, and more transparency. We’ve also added a new one time warning so you can take time to learn about the new system and keep creating without interruption. Talk about a win-win. Watch the video here.

Do more with more.

When you know what’s driving your performance, it’s easier to grow your audience. That’s why we’re excited about the revamped Analytics section in YouTube Studio. Now, you can get the most relevant insights to bring more viewers to your channel.

#CREATORSPOTLIGHT

Taku is an outdoor chef who likes making sushi and cooking food made out from natural ingredients. Taku spends most of his time deep sea fishing and catching octopus around California coastal bay. Watch Taku’s videos to learn more about coastal foraging.

Stay inspired,
Team YouTube

Vacuum Chamber 5 at NASA Glenn Research Center

The various vacuum chambers at NASA Glenn Research Center are used to simulate the atmosphere-free vacuum of space and how that affects various materials, constructions and rocket propulsion. Vacuum Chamber 5 (VF-5) is one of dozens at the research center, each used for specific testing projects. The center is named after John Glenn, the senator and former astronaut who was the first American to orbit the Earth.