YouTube has cut the minimum number of users required for an account to post among its subscribers through the community tab, which has been reduced from the previous thousand to half, 500.
The platform has ensured that currently millions of creators already use the community’s publications, with which they can make polls, post images and GIFs and more, as YouTube has reported through a statement on its support page.
As of October, the previous limit that was required to make these posts on the community tab, thousand subscribers, has been cut in half, which opens the doors to accounts with more than 500 followers.
This change will begin to apply from October 12 this year, and YouTube has reported that channels that reach up to 500 subscribers may take up to a week to be able to post.
In addition, these creators will also be able to access the latest functions to improve these publications, such as detailed metrics with YouTube Analytics, as well as schedule content or publish multiple images on Android.