YouTube announced earlier this week that, in addition to a new ad revenue share program (which will allocate ad funding to the top performing Shorts clips), creators of short-form videos will soon have access to Super Thanks, its creator donation feature, which enables viewers to buy highlighted comments in-stream.
The company has now revealed the details of this expansion’s next phase and given examples of how Super Thanks in Shorts would operate. In a few areas, Super Thanks is accessible to creators who are a part of the YouTube Partner Program.
A creator must have over 1,000 app subscribers and have created over 4,000 public watch hours in the last 12 months in order to be eligible for YPP.
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