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YouTube’s New Feature lets Creators Fix the Record More Easily

YouTube’s is releasing “Corrections,” a new tool that allows artists to simply submit more evident corrections. Creators can make adjustments after a video has been uploaded, and they will display as infocards in the top right-hand corner of the video at the relevant timestamp (but only, it seems, for the first correction in any given video). Viewers can then expand the correction notes in the video’s description by clicking on the card.

After nearly two years of rewarding producers with generous monetary incentives and developing features to be more like TikTok, a large number of people are viewing short-form videos on YouTube’s. On  TikTok clone, 1.5 billion monthly users who are signed in are watching short-form videos, the firm stated today. According to TechCrunch, the network has roughly 2 billion logged-in users that visit it monthly as of April.

YouTube’s Shorts, which debuted in 2020, is the platform’s response to TikTok’s rise. Shorts have progressively found their way across the site, including in recommendations, and the business has incorporated further TikTok-like capabilities, such as sampling. According to Google, Shorts has 30 billion views per day as of April.

In a news release, YouTube’s adds, “This expansion has spawned a new trend on the platform: ‘the emergence of the multiformat producer.” Last year, the business introduced a $100 million Shorts fund, which compensated famous video producers up to $10,000 per month. The amount paid varies depending on the level of participation and the location of the viewers.

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