This week, YouTube is rolling out YouTube.com/Fashion, "a single destination for style content on YouTube". As noted, YouTube Fashion gathers together a range of content from popular platform creators, fashion professionals, publishers and the fashion houses themselves.
Removing Like counts could put less pressure on users and encourage them to share more freely and frequently, as I wrote in 2017. It could also obscure Facebook’s own potential decline in popularity as users switch to other apps. Posts not getting as many Likes as they used to could hasten the exodus.