Yoke cards help entrepreneurs, small business owners and marketers ensure that they are regularly uploading videos to their YouTube account.
Yoke uses OAuth2 and secure REST APIs to connect to YouTube.
You can track the following measures in your YouTube account:
For the first card type, a machine learning algorithm will figure out your regular upload frequency and warn you if you have not uploaded a video in a while. The second card type will alert if there have been 0 uploads in the last week/month.
You can query your YouTube cards from Slack using slash commands.
The Yoke Auto-Bookmarks Extension automatically bookmarks the uploads picked up by your YouTube cards to help you access them quickly.
Content creators should track the number of days since the last video upload.
Marketing managers can track the number of uploads in the last week/month to make sure that their team posts videos regularly. Note that you still need to look at the comments and likes in YouTube to understand what your viewers want to see.
Check out our new guide on Getting Things Done with YouTube.