YouTube makes it easier to follow your favorite musicians' playlists, including their Favorites list.
Some layout changes for YouTube debuting on Wednesday bring with them better playlist management options.
The changes, rolling out to all YouTube
visitors over the next few days, make the YouTube site more closely resemble its mobile apps. The interface is now center-aligned, and a prominent "guide" three-lined icon next to the site logo places options such as subscriptions and playlists in the center of your screen.
The site also has made some adjustments to playlists themselves. Playlists that you've created and those from other YouTube users that you've liked are now listed in your guide, and personal playlists now have a better editing screen. Clicking the Like button next to your favorite musicians' Favorite videos playlist, for example, will add that playlist to your collection.
YouTube's new center alignment makes the Web site more closely resemble its mobile apps.