YouTube added “highly requested” live streaming features.
YouTube recently added three “highly requested” live streaming features streamers and gaming creators have been waiting for.
Have a look at YouTube’s three newly-added “highly requested” features:
This feature would allow your viewers to select a 5-60 second segment of your content (both streams and video uploads) that can be shared with others on YouTube and across third-party platforms.
You can turn this feature on/off for your channel in your advanced settings in YouTube Studio. Although this feature will only be available to all streamers and gaming creators with 1000 subscribers or more.
Premieres and live streams), this feature would help you moderate your live chat and create more connections within your community. You can enable the said feature during live stream setup or while you’re live — directly from Live Control Room settings.
Also, you can choose how long (hours, days, weeks, months, years) viewers need to be subscribed before they can send live chat messages for both Premieres and live streams.
You can try a few different variations in order to find out what worked best for you and your community as well.
Live polls in chat
This feature would allow you to create and manage live polls on your live streams and Premieres.
Both Subscribers-only chat and Live polls in chat feature will be available to all streamers and gaming creators. You can visit this link if you want to know more about these live streaming features.
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