Were you aware of the fact that Google is on the verge of launching a brand new interface or layout for YouTube. After hundreds and hundreds of new additions to it’s social networking site, Google+, Google has now shifted to make changes to YouTube, it’s video hosting site.
This new layout hasn’t been rolled out to everyone yet. Google is holding the launch date to give the fans a better surprise. But if you ever wanted to get this new layout before it’s rolled out to everyone, there is a small hack from some clever folks, that will help you to do so.
First, visit YouTube in your Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox browser. You will find the old layout. To enter the developer tools, hit Ctrl+Shift+j if you are using Chrome. On the other hand, if you are using Mozilla Firefox use the shortcut Ctrl+Shift+k to enter the developers tool.
In the console tab, paste this below code and then hit enter available in your keyboard.
The next step is to reload your YouTube tab and voila! You can now see the new interface.
This interface is actually a three columns layout with the user and channel info bundled in the left panel. The middle panel features the subscription updates and the right one features a few recommended videos for the viewer.
What’s your thought on this new interface? Do share your thoughts with us.