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This news item is part of the weekly top 5 news bulletin (from Week 4, Jun 22) specially packaged for leaders of Nonprofits, Churches, and Faith-based Social Ventures.
YouTube has released a new useful feature called Corrections to deal with videos that have errors in it. Have you ever had a situation where you upload a YouTube video and then after some time, after a little bit of engagement and comments, and the videos is doing so well, and you realize that there is an error in the video. For example you misquoted a scripture, you said one Bible verse instead of another, or something like that, and now you have to refilm and reupload and all of that complications. YouTube Corrections helps you deal with that by indicating… at that particular point, there will be an indicator at the top of the video that shows there is an error in this spot. And people can click on it and there will be a pop-up that says at this point this is the actual verse, but we have misspelled it, or something like that, and then you can explain it to people. That way, you don’t have to re upload the entire video. Very helpful feature. Do pass it on to your video team.
Here is the full list of the Top 5 News Items from Week 4, June 2022 with source links from YouTube, OpenSea, Meta, Twitter, WhatsApp, Web3.
🗞️ News 1: YouTube launches a helpful Corrections feature for videos with errors
🗞️ News 2: Meta makes VR more social with ability to invite friends to Horizon Home
🗞️ News 3: Twitter releases Product Drops reminders & Location Spotlight feature
🗞️ News 4: WhatsApp users can now securely migrate from Android to Apple devices
🗞️ News 5: [Web3] OpenSea migrates to new protocol for better efficiency, lower fees
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Author of The Connected Church. Social Media and Digital Marketing Consultant for Nonprofits, Faith-based Organisations, Churches, and Ministries.