I have a 300,000+ subs channel which was averaging a nice 35,000+ views daily as well as 100 subs on average gained daily on passive traffic alone as I haven't uploaded anything in months. A couple of days ago, it collapsed to 5000 views a day and losing 10 subs daily... while it is true that I haven't uploaded in months, this is obviously not organic traffic behavior, there is something wrong on their end. My most viewed video (10+ million views) should give me passive traffic pretty much forever and stabilize, which was the case, but not anymore since the other day. You could say "just upload new content". I was about to do that, however my channel is animations so I can't pump out too much content frequently, for instance I worked for a couple of months on the video I have ready and I was expecting millions of views, but since this happened, im too paranoid to upload it. What if something is really broken and it's not just inactivity? I would waste months of work since I would miss the initial peak of views and it wouldn't get as recommended. The video is also related to the 10 million views one to sort of retro feedback it with more views. That video helped me a lot because people checked out my other work through it. All of my videos went down in views and I suspect is because of the big one lost views, then the rest also lost views. I actually contacted youtube support and they told me there is something wrong going on but they didn't tell me when they will fix it, so here I am watching my channel drop in numbers everyday, and this month is tax month and im going to make less revenue than taxes, which means if this is not fixed soon I will need to demonetize everything and abandon the channel. Some guy told me that in the same day (the 21th of september) he also saw a big massive loss of views and subs. He told me this happened to him before and even newly uploaded videos wouldn't perform as good during that period until it got fixed. Im afraid this is the same again which is why I don't want to upload anything. Has anyone had similar problems?