YouTube Adds Support For Google Moderator
Google Moderator is a great place where you ask your audience questions and stay creative. YouTube has added Google Moderator into its Channels. Starting from today, YouTube channel users could let people ask him/her questions about his/her channel or any question related to his niche. Other users would have the option of rating up or down the question. Channel Authors could then answer those questions by logging into their account.
People can sign in to vote on questions or ask their own. Google Moderator was even used to solicit questions for sit-downs with President Obama and others, is a platform that lets users ask viewers to answer specific questions.
To add Moderator to your Channel’s Page, you need to click on Modules and click Moderator.
Here’s what YouTube said in a blog post about Moderator – “You set the parameters for the dialogue, including the topic, the type of submissions, and the length of the conversation. Watch as submissions get voted up or down by your audience, and then respond to the top-voted submissions by posting a video on your channel. The platform operates in real-time, and you can remove any content that you or your audience flag as inappropriate. You can also embed the platform on your own website or blog.”