YouTube Updates Community Guidelines Warnings To Give Creators A Chance Of Redemption!
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- YouTube updates its community guidelines warnings
- Creators will have the option to take a training course to remove the first warning
YouTube has made changes to YouTube Community Guidelines, which will give a chance for creators who broke the community guidelines to lift a warning once they take an educational training course. YouTube announced this new change in a new blog post in YouTube Blog.
YouTube started giving out warnings to creators who broke the community guidelines for a first policy violation in 2019. YouTube says, “More than 80% of creators who receive a warning never violate our policies again.”
Warnings are given to a creator account on a lifetime basis. YouTube will start enforcing its three strikes for community guidelines once the creator violates community guidelines again.
With this new change, YouTube is giving a chance for creators to remove the warning in a creator’s account.
Now, when a creator breaks community guidelines and a warning has been issued to the account, YouTube will give the option to attend training based on the policy violation.
After completing the course:
- Creators who stay clear of the same violation for 90 days will have the warning lifted from the channel.
- Creators who violate the policy in 90 days will have their video removed, and a strike will be applied to the channel.
- If the creator violates policy after 90 days, a new warning will be applied to the channel, and the creator will have the option to take a new training course to remove the warning.
Creators who already have a warning applied on the channel throughout their lifetime will get individual warnings based on the policy violations, and they will get a chance to take training as well.
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