The way you watch YouTube keeps changing, so we’re making a few tweaks to YouTube to keep up with you. Starting today you’ll see some changes to make it easier to find what you want to watch on YouTube and collect playlists to watch again and again.

Like a playlist, watch it from anywhere

Want to quickly find your playlists or save Aloe Blacc’s favorite music videos playlist? Your guide now has all of the playlists that you created, as well as playlists from other channels you liked. If you make a playlist, you’ll also see a new page that makes editing easier. And if you’re looking for new playlists to check out from your favorite channels, check out the new playlist tab on a channel like this one from YouTube Nation.

We moved!

YouTube now has a center-aligned look, fitting neatly on any screen size, and feeling similar to the mobile apps you’re spending almost half your YouTube time with. You can quickly flip between what’s recommended and popular in “What to Watch” like Postmodern Jukebox’s Timber, and the latest from your subscribed channels like iamOTHER in “My Subscriptions,” with both options now front and center. Click the guide icon to the right of the YouTube logo at any time to see your playlists, subscriptions and more.

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While the Big Game champions may have been determined by the cleats on the field, the advertiser champions were chosen by you on YouTube.

You cast your votes for your favorite game day commercials on YouTube Ad Blitz 2014. After a week of intense competition, we crunched the numbers and are ready to name the victors.

Cheers to Budweiser on being voted the best Super Bowl Commercial on YouTube! "Puppy Love" won your hearts, and the title of YouTube Ad Blitz 2014 Champion.

Rounding out the top five spots on YouTube Ad Blitz 2014:

In second place, Coca-Cola reinforced unity with a multilingual rendition of "America the Beautiful."

Chrysler’s "America's Import" took third with Bob Dylan in a tribute to Detroit.

Fans pushed "Trust Your Power" from Duracell featuring the NFL’s Derrick Coleman to the number four spot.

And last, but certainly not least, Jaguar pulled in as number five with its cinematic "British Villains' Rendezvous."

Not only did these spots receive the most votes on YouTube, but they also attracted more than 101 million views combined.

Tune into the YouTube homepage today to check out the top five spots and get a recap of all Big Game ads on YouTube Ad Blitz.

Kariyushi Casper, Ad Blitz Interactive Project Manager, recently watched "Instant Reaction: Super Bowl XLVIII."