At Periscope, we value our community’s feedback to make our service better. Periscope is a place for instant engagement and we’ve heard your concerns about spammy accounts and chats. To keep everyone safe and to ensure you can have confidence in the engagement and metrics you see on Periscope, we have updated our policies and made improvements to how we enforce our rules.
Today, we think of spam as any “bulk, aggressive, or deceptive activity that attempts to manipulate or disrupt Periscope or the experience of users on Periscope.” You can learn more about how we define spam here. …
Our broadcasters don’t just show you the world, they bring it to life by hosting a conversation with an active audience. But sometimes comments don’t say enough and hearts get lost in the background. Sometimes, you just want to say what you’re thinking.
Starting today, you can go live with guests, and invite anyone in your audience to join your broadcast. …
Today, we’re releasing a trio of tools on iOS and Android to make your replays more awesome:
2. Edit the title: Remove typos and make your broadcast’s title perfect.
3. Set a custom start point: Choose the start point of a broadcast so replay viewers start watching at the perfect part.
— Team Periscope