YouTube Brings Its Pre-Publish Checks To Mobile Apps While Expanding Its Super Thanks Monetization

YouTube is bringing forward a number of interesting updates in the near future. For starters, it plans on launching its popular pre-publish checks on its mobile apps.

The initial version was launched last year in March when users saw the tool being incorporated into desktops. But now, the platform is taking it one step ahead by giving users the feasibility of finding it on mobile apps.

This means content creators on the go can now publish their work, making sure it’s eligible to be monetized, moments before it gets posted.

For those who may not be aware, the feature is designed to analyze the content that will be posted, checking to see if it goes against any major violations. This includes copyright as well as advertising, moments before it gets published.

The goal at the end of the day is to avoid major disappointments at the creator’s end and also raise more awareness of violation issues that could end up affecting your money-creating potential on the app.

But users should be aware of how there are some distinct differences between the desktop version and the mobile version. For instance, the desktop one will run copyright claims once the content is published. On the other hand, the monetization checks will run after enabling the content for monetization through the mobile application.

To put it simply, it’s a little longer to conduct checks through your phone as compared to on the desktop.

Also, YouTube says the check feature isn’t available for its Shorts because of the length involved. Nevertheless, it’s a useful tool that users can benefit from their smartphones in the coming few weeks.

Similarly, another exciting update that awaits users is a feature entailing creator monetization.

The platform recently announced how it plans on unleashing an extension that gives creators hailing from 68 countries the chance to view donations.

Super Thanks was first incorporated last year, which allowed content creators to receive donations from their viewers by buying the animated feature for a range of price points that entailed about $2 and $50.

Remember, only when the Super Thanks feature is activated on a video, there’s an animation present on the screen.

Additionally, we see an automatic response of ‘Thanks!’ being added to the comments section with a color that signals a donation.

This is another direct way through which creators can benefit from monetization, while also paving the way for connections and interactions too.

The feature is already a major hit in nations like China, which in case you weren’t already aware, has been deemed a whole movement for live streaming.

Clearly, these updates are proof of how hard the app is working at enhancing monetization to make a gateway that’s appealing for content creators as well as viewers. After all, with great competition from apps like TikTok and Instagram, where users can build on their presence further, it only makes sense to improve for the better.

Along with this update, YouTube has also allowed users to customize comments relating to Super Thanks, which has been a much-anticipated feature for months.

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