Google announced on Wednesday YouTube accounts and channels can be linked to Google+ pages.
The company is inviting YouTube creators to a beta test that would ultimately allow a single account to manage up to 50 YouTube channels at once.
By linking accounts, Google said it will unlock new features such as improved video sharing, live broadcasts via Hangouts, and a YouTube tab on your Google+ page.
To get started, users must visit their YouTube account settings and select “Connect with a Google+ page (beta).” There, you can link to new and existing Google+ pages and connect to their Google+ profile. For deeper details on how to do so, click here.
As Google builds the new feature, it warns “certain mobile apps and third-party tools may require a bit more effort to work with YouTube channels linked to Google+ pages.” To avoid headaches, ensure you’re using the latest version of the YouTube app on Android and iOS, and set up login credentials for the ap