With the great growth of the Facebook Gaming streaming platform, streamers increasingly feel the need to have more tools available.
The disturbances caused by the already traditional “trolls” continue to increase, so the social network has just launched a new list of tools to help content creators manage their communities.
“Trolls” will have a much more complicated life on Facebook Gaming
To ensure that the new tools were as effective as possible, Facebook worked directly with the Fair Play Alliance, a group of gaming companies that promote healthy communities in the world of online games.
The new tools will allow streamers to create a list of rules that will allow them to more effectively control various types of inappropriate behavior.
With this new toolkit, streamers and moderators will continue to be able to remove comments, silence users or apply ban temporary.
In the most extreme case, banned users will still be able to watch the stream, but are prohibited from commenting or reacting in any way to the events of the broadcast. In addition, all of your comments prior to expulsion are deleted immediately.
Toolkit arrives with a list of standard rules that everyone has to respect
In addition to the various customizations that each streamer can make using the new tools, the new implementation comes with a set of pre-defined rules, which most likely should be applied to all channels:
- Accepts all types of people
- Respect the limits
- Don’t make destructive criticisms
- Don’t be rude
- Don’t flood the chat with comments
- Don’t use chat to promote yourself
- Don’t post inappropriate comments / content
- Don’t say nonsense
Despite being a platform created relatively recently, Facebook Gaming already has several million users, making the most of the giant user base of the social network.
Therefore, it is extremely important to implement these types of tools, so that it can continue to grow as a healthy platform and not a place that repels potential stakeholders.
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