YouTube is taking a new approach to enforcing its policies. Instead of issuing strikes to channels that violate the platform’s rules, YouTube will now offer training courses to help creators learn about the policies and avoid making mistakes in the future. The goal of this new approach is to educate creators rather than punish them. YouTube believes that this will help to create a more understanding and collaborative environment for everyone. Of course, this approach will only work if creators actually take the time to learn from the training courses. If they continue to violate the policies after being educated, then they may still face strikes or other penalties.
The most important part of the new policy is that creators will now have a second chance. Previously, if a creator uploaded a video that violated YouTube’s policies, the video would be removed and the channel would receive a strike. This strike would stay on the channel’s record for three months, and if the channel received two more strikes in that time, it would be terminated. Under the new policy, creators will still have their videos removed if they violate the policies. However, they will also have the option to take a training course to learn more about the policies and avoid making the same mistake in the future. If they complete the course, the warning will be removed from their channel and they will not receive a strike.
This gives creators a second chance to learn from their mistakes and avoid having their channels terminated. YouTube hopes that this will help to create a more understanding and collaborative environment for everyone. YouTube has also designed the training courses to provide creators with more clarity about the type of content that violates its policies. This will help creators to avoid making mistakes in the future.
This is a good approach because it focuses on education rather than punishment. It will help creators better understand the platform’s rules and avoid making mistakes in the future. It is also a more collaborative approach, which will help to create a more understanding and supportive environment for creators.
The three-strikes system has long been a point of contention among creators. Some creators felt that it was too punitive, while others felt that it was not strict enough. The new system is a compromise that addresses the concerns of both groups.
It will be interesting to see how the new system is applied in practice and whether it has a significant impact on reducing the number of channel strikes. However, it is a positive step towards creating a more positive and educational environment for creators on YouTube.