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Many app homepages have gotten incredibly busy, filled with suggestions and ads, many based on your previous searches or stuff you’ve read / written / watched in the past. YouTube is certainly no exception — in fact, it’s one of the worst offenders — but recently, Google’s video service announced that users now have a choice. If you turn your watch history off and “have no significant prior watch history,” all that confusion will disappear, and your homepage will only show the search bar and the Shorts, Subscriptions, and Library buttons.
In other words, you’ll have a clean, simple, easy-on-the-eyes YouTube page.
The change in the home feed is being slowly rolled out over the next few months, but it doesn’t hurt to be ready for it. The…
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