YouTube announced two updates to its non-profit program on Friday, streamlining how non-profits and viral philanthropists can use the social video-sharing platform to turn views into action. Starting July 31, members of the YouTube for Good team will host "YouTube 101" trainings via Google+ Hangout.
YouTube for Good is a company-wide initiative that focuses on building tools and audiences for non-profits, educators and activists. These live trainings, which will take place on the last Tuesday of every month, are for non-profits that recently joined the non-profit program or created a YouTube page. Since April, creators have been able to link to crowdfunding platforms Kickstarter and Indiegogo as well. The YouTube for Good team aims to make sure YouTube employees, creators and users have the means to "do good" on the platform. Powered by its own proprietary technology, Mashable is the go-to source for tech, digital culture and entertainment content for its dedicated and influential audience around the globe.


The live feed will be available on the YouTube for Nonprofits channel for those who want to watch and listen without being recorded. In the past, annotations could only link to other YouTube videos, channels and search results. As part of the initiative, the YouTube Nonprofit Program gives 501(c)3 organizations access to YouTube tools, such as live streaming and fundraising capabilities, for free. The genius kids want all the latest apps and games, which of course takes a toll on your wallet, a lot of times! And if your kid has a Windows Phone, it is quite obvious that the fun and game apps would compel them and they would download them every now and then! How you wish there was a way you can limit their purchases and keep a tab on your kid’s purchase activity on the phone?My Family saves your wallet and kid from unwanted downloadsWell, there is now and it’s called My Family and it makes sure that your wallet is safe, along with your child, from those unwanted and unsuitable downloads.
After setting up the ‘My Family’ feature on your kid’s Nokia Lumia Windows Phone, you have the full authority of keeping a tab and controlling the app or game purchases by your kid.


This feature helps you to authorize whether or not your kids can buy app or games and if yes, when are they allowed to do that and what kind of game ratings they can access. How to activate My FamilyActivating this feature is pretty simple and needs to be done within your Microsoft account & My Family section and not your mobile phone.
Once you login to your own account, you will be asked to enter your kid’s login credentials. Here, you can choose between the options Allow Free, Paid, Allow Free only (this will avoid the in-app purchases as well) and Don’t Allow (turns off downloads completely).
On the other hand, if your kid plays Xbox games on their Windows Phone, you need to visit the Xbox website and accept the Xbox Terms of Use on behalf of your kid.So, I think people with little ones should definitely make good use of My Family feature and take control of those unnecessary bills.



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