Google “integrated Google Moderator into all YouTube channel. Moderator is a versatile, social platform that allows you to solicit ideas or questions on any topic, and have community vote the best ones up to top in real-time. Here’s how it works: You set parameters for dialogue, including topic, type of submissions, and length of conversation. Watch as submissions get voted up or down by your audience, and then respond to 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 platform on your own website or blog. To get things started, Google invited 12 YouTube users, including Michael Buckley, New York Times, Stanford and Howcast, to try out the feature and show us how it’s done,” writes Google.
Watch the video Stanford offering up renowned cardiologist Dr. Euan Ashley to answer your questions about heart disease and other genetic-related disorders:
Have an idea for how you might use Moderator on your channel? You can get started by going to your channel page and clicking on “Modules” tab in “Edit Channel” menu.
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