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YouTube Music is testing a grid view for your library

YouTube Music is constantly issuing changes to its UI that make the app look just a little different. According to 9To5Google, there’s a new update that you’ll see when you’re browsing for your music. YouTube Music is bringing a new grid view for the library tab.

This new grid view is still in testing, so there’s a chance that you won’t see it. It was discovered by a user on Reddit, so the company is most likely testing it out on a limited group of users. We’re not sure when it’s going to make it to other users.

YouTube Music is going to bring a new grid view to the library tab

This is a pretty big change to the library tab. Currently, when you go to your library tab, you’ll see all of the items presented in a vertically scrolling list. The list will show you a pretty compact list of items with about eight items showing up on the screen on average. You get information like what kind of item it is, the number of tracks, the artist, the year, who created the list, etc.

If you got the update, you’ll see a new icon on the upper right of the UI that will show you the new grid view. You’ll see each item turn into a large block with all of the information sitting under them. Each row will have two items, and they will take up more space.

This isn’t the change for you if you want to have more content on the screen. Whereas the list view will show you about eight items, this new grid view will show you about six items on the screen. So, if you don’t like it, you can change it back to the list view.

Even though the view in the library is a grid view, you’ll still see a list view when you tap on it. So, the tracks in the playlist/album won’t be in a grid view. If you want to keep an eye out for this change, make sure that your app is updated.

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