YouTube is changing the way you view your earnings report. Instead of going to Adsense to see a detailed analysis of what you earned, YouTube is shifting that data to your YouTube Analytics instead. They say this simplifies it and will make it easier to see what’s going on with the money you earn from your videos, although some of us are skeptical about that assumption.
Also, you can now assign content ratings to your videos on YouTube to help people avoid videos with language or to find those videos that have language, depending on how you use it, I suppose.
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