Today just a year ago that YouTube announced the launch of Reels , the new short video format , inspired by Instagram and Snapchat Stories, with the possibility of adding diversity of elements such as stickers or GIFs, among others, that will serve the creators as a complement to the videos that usually upload to their channels , in order to facilitate more interactions with their followers.
This format was later renamed YouTube Stories and until now was in the hands of a small group of creators. But this situation begins to change, as YouTube Stories begin to reach more content creators .
In this regard, the requirement of having more than 70,000 subscribers to have more than 10,000 subscribers is lowered , as the platform promised months ago. For now it is not known if the platform intends to make this format available to more creators.
Noted that unlike Instagram or Snapchat, the Stories YouTube will be available for seven days since its publication , rather than 24 hours as the other platforms.
Creators can create their Stories from the YouTube application, where they should only touch the video camera icon and select the option to create the story.
These contents will be waiting for your subscribers through the subscription tab, while non-followers can access their videos from the homepage.
In addition, from now it will also be possible to comment on the Stories , where creators can make use of the same moderation tools that they already have in their usual videos.
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