YouTube has disabled the video creation credit feature, and removing the existing video credits from all videos on January 2019.
Video credits permitted YouTube makers to label other people who participated in making the video.
Individuals, for example, stars, journalists, and editors could be credited in the video depiction with connections indicating their separate channels.
Here’s a case of how the credits show up on a video page:
Credits have been around for some time, yet obviously, they weren’t too broadly used. So, YouTube has decided to remove them.
Be that as it may, users will still receive credit when contributing captions and shut subtitles to a video.
Creation of new credits was disabled on 26th November. Existing credits will in any case show up until the end of January.
Despite the fact that the feature will be removed, there’s nothing to prevent creators from manually composing credits in the description area.
Moreover, creditors can add credits by using YouTube’s end screen feature, which gives users a chance to include links at the end of the videos.
The users who regularly made use of credits can still do so in different ways, despite the fact that there is no longer an official ‘credit’ feature.
An additional feature is on the way, as YouTube says it is dealing with different approaches to that tag creators in videos.
The company is ambiguous on points of interest right now, but I presume we will hear more before the 31st January removal date.
YouTube gives off an impression of being pruned its platform of unused features. It also revealed this weak that YouTube will expel annotations from videos in January.