Google owned streaming platform, YouTube has announced that they would stop email notifications. YouTube has many ways of notifying you when one of your favorite channels has uploaded a new video. One of those ways is through push notifications and the second one is via email notifications. In a new change coming this week, YouTube has said it will stop sending email notifications.

“If you’re opted in to get emails about new uploads, live streams, and premieres from channels you’re subscribed to, these emails are going away on August 13th, 2020,” the platform said.

YouTube arrived at the decision in the wake of understanding that the greater part of these email notifications are not opened by users. YouTube says under 0.1% of these messages are opened.

Numerous users have have also grumbled that the messages add to inbox over-burden.

Email notifications are disappearing, however YouTube still have different channels left that will be utilized for passing similar information. Notices will even now be sent on versatile by means of the YouTube ap, or on work area through your Chrome program if you turn those notifications on.

YouTube effectively tested the new feature with no effect seen to channel watch time.

The announcement clearly targets keeping makers from causing a commotion