Interact with creators on Community posts

Community posts allow you to interact even more with your favorite creators. You can now reply to creator polls, pictures, GIFs, and more on YouTube.

After a creator posts, you can respond by commenting, liking, and voting on polls. Community posts are available on the Community tab of the creator's channel, and they may also be on the Home feed and Subs feed. Community is still in beta and we're testing with different audiences.

Note: As creators get the Community tab, it will replace the Discussion tab. For 30 days after creators get the Community tab, you can edit any comments you made on the Discussion tab. 

To edit your comments:

  1. Sign in to YouTube on your computer.
  2. Go to your comment history.

Sign in to the YouTube app to reply to Community posts, reply to Community polls, and manage Community post notifications.

Reply to Community posts
  1. Tap Comment  on a Community post in the Home feed, Subs feed, or Community tab.
  2. Enter your response on the Community post or a comment
  3. Tap Send Send .

Tip: You can also choose to reply by tapping Like  or Dislike . Remember that your responses are associated with the account you're signed in to.

Manage Community post notifications

If you're subscribed to a channel with Community posts, you may get notifications if you’re opted into notifications. Learn more about changing your Notification settings. Go to the channel for which you'd like to manage notifications.

​Manage Community posts in Subscription feed

You can choose to get posts and videos in your Subscription feed or just videos. 

  1. Go to your Subscription feed.
  2. At the top of the screen, tap the Down arrow.
  3. Select if you want Videos and posts or Videos only.

​You can also manage all channel notifications by clicking the Notification bell . Choose to get All  , Personalized  , or None .​

Dismiss Community posts from Home

You can dismiss any Community post that shows on your Home feed by tapping More  next to the post and selecting Not interested.

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