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Creators can say goodbye to Stories as the service deprecates that version of the feature. Starting June 26th, you will no longer be able to create new YouTube Stories. Stories posted before that date he disappears 7 days after being uploaded.
YouTube first announced that it was testing the format at the end of 2017 (interestingly, it was originally called YouTube Stories). The platform changed its name and launched this feature more broadly the following year.
Since Snapchat made Stories popular, we’ve seen Stories built into many social platforms over the last few years, especially Instagram. However, as with and , YouTube has given up on this feature.
In fact, YouTube probably doesn’t need both Stories and its TikTok style. They will not be deprecated anytime soon. The service also makes it easy for creators to share updates with viewers using community posts, he said. “Among creators who use Posts and Stories, posts receive, on average, many times more comments and likes than Stories,” YouTube said.