Action required - New YouTube Terms for 2023 and YouTube shorts

Action required - New YouTube Terms for 2023 and YouTube shorts

YouTube has made some changes to their YouTube Partner Program terms that you need to accept by July 10, 2023, to continue being a part of the YouTube Partner Program. This includes changes to the base terms, as well as terms to new modules, such as the Shorts Monetization Module. 

We encourage you to read the information provided in this article for more details.

What you need to do, as soon as possible, and before July 10, 2023, is:

  1. Go to your YouTube Studio Dashboard.

  2. Click the “Review and Accept” option at the top of the screen

  3. Review and accept both the “Base terms” and the “Watch page terms”.

  1. To finish, click the “Submit” button:

  1. Next, click the “Go Turn On” link to enable YouTube Shorts monetizaiton starting February 1, 2023.

  1. Click the “Shorts Feed Ads” tab.

  1. Click “Turn On”. 

  1. Read and accept the terms to finish. Once done, you will see this screen.

You can also watch a step-by-step video from George, in the video below.

If you have any questions, open a support ticket and we will be happy to help.

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