In a tweet, YouTube has made it known that you'll no longer see the odd "301+" page view count on videos. It's the end of an era.
As we've reported before, YouTube displays the 301+ view count when a new video is acquiring views very quickly. As the image in the tweet embedded below illustrates, it's a way of ensuring that a new video wasn't getting bombarded by spam robots. After the views are verified as legit, the view count is updated a few hours later.
We're saying goodbye to 301+ and hello to more up-to-date video views. pic.twitter.com/33OQuOvxcs
— YouTube Creators (@YTCreators) August 5, 2015
Now, YouTube will count views it knows for sure are legit in real time, so the view count will continue to climb without stalling at 301+ view counts any longer. Only views it can't verify immediately will be stalled until later.
Just wait, one day we'll be nostalgic for the uncertainty of the 301+ pageview count.