Creators with access to the Community posts can interact with viewers using rich media. Community posts can include polls, GIFs, text, images, and video. Community posts can give you more reach on YouTube and greater engagement with your audience. They always appear on the Community tab, and may appear in Home or the Subscriptions feed.
Community tab eligibility
Creators with over 1,000 subscribers have access to Community posts. It will take up to 1 week to see the Community tab after passing 1,000 subscribers. The Community tab may also be available to other channels as we continue testing this feature.
If your channel is eligible for the Community tab, but you don’t see it on your channel, enable custom channel layouts. You can change this setting from your computer by following these instructions. The custom layout must be enabled for the Community tab to be visible.
If your channel’s audience is set as made for kids
Parts of the Community tab feature will go away over time, such as creating or viewing posts. Learn more about setting your audience.
See your Community posts
You can see a history of all of your previous Community posts on the Community tab.
- Sign in to YouTube.
- Select your profile picture Your channel.
- Select the Community tab.
The Community tab replaces the Discussion tab on your channel. Comments from the Discussion tab can be viewed in the activity log. You can view these comments for at least 30 days after your account gets access to the Community tab.
Understand viewer notifications for posts
Viewers will occasionally get Community post notifications if they’ve selected to get notifications for creator posts.
Viewers can opt out of post notifications by unchecking "Include creator posts" or by selecting "None" in the bell settings.
We may occasionally send post notifications to viewers who are not subscribed but who often watch videos from your channel. Learn more about viewer notification settings