The source – www.youtube.com
New reports appeared in the Revenue tab:
- Estimated Income by Month. Here you can see how much the author earned during the last 30 days. The data for the previous periods is also available.
- Income from transactions. This report shows how much you've earned from sponsorships, super chats, and super stickers.
- The Overview tab has a report on traffic sources.
Authors also got a new way to appeal an expulsion from the affiliate program – in video format. Now if the author doesn't agree with the service's decision, he can shoot a video explaining why he thinks it's unfair. YouTube staff will check the channel, and if there was indeed a mistake, monetization will be enabled on it again.
For now, this feature is in beta-testing mode, but YouTube plans to expand access to it in the near future.