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To get feedback from actual YouTube video creators, Google is introducing a Trusted Tester program for the Creator Studio app.
The app lets YouTube’s video publishers manage their account details, respond to comments, and see analytics on how videos are performing.
Want to test out new versions of our Creator Studio App before anyone else? Check this out: http://t.co/DsniQhu7zn pic.twitter.com/s5WZG6MjAq
— YouTube Creators (@YTCreators) July 9, 2015
First spotted by 9to5Google, testers will get access to beta features for the Creator Studio app and have the opportunity to give feedback directly to Google.
As Google finds YouTube in competition with Facebook, Vimeo, Twitter and others for the attention of content creators, this is a clever way to engage its users.
➤ Creator Studio App Trusted Tester Program [YouTube]
Read next: Google’s YouTube Creator Studio app is now available for iPhone users too
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