YouTube's website is getting a big makeover.
Starting Tuesday, you'll be able to preview the video site's new design by signing up here. It'll eventually roll out to everyone. Neal Mohan, YouTube's product boss, announced the change at the Collision tech conference in New Orleans.
The update is based on Material Design, Google's home-grown design language in Android, Chrome, and some other products. Google also says the revamp will allow the company to add new features faster in the future.
Keep scrolling to see what the new YouTube website will look like.
Here's the new home screen.
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There's also a new dark theme.
This is what channel pages will look like.
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