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Periscope Updates: Everything You Need to Know

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Periscope is ever-changing - just like any live streaming app should be! There's a lot to keep up with, and that's exactly what this SlideShare presentation is about.

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Also, you can learn anything you need to about Periscope in this Periscope Tutorial at Traffic Generation Café:

http://www.trafficgenerationcafe.com/periscope-tutorial/

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Periscope Updates: Everything You Need to Know

  1. UPDATES What You Need to Know Version 1.0.4
  2. Periscope is a Twitter-owned live streaming app.
  3. Periscope allows you to broadcast LIVE video from anywhere.
  4. If you are not on it, you should be.
  5. Here’s how:
  6. Here’s how:Click to discover Periscope:
  7. So, what’s new in iOS version 1.0.4?
  8. You can now sign up for Periscope with your phone number in addition to signing up with Twitter 1
  9. Personally, I wouldn’t do it – connecting Periscope with your Twitter account is a huge engagement opportunity, especially for businesses.
  10. However, if you really want to, here’s how
  11. 1. Click here to start
  12. 2. Enter your phone number
  13. 2. Enter your phone number 3. Click to send confirmation code
  14. 4. Enter confirmation code
  15. 4. Enter confirmation code 5. Click to Create account
  16. Add: 4. Photo
  17. Add: 4. Photo 5. Full Name
  18. Add: 4. Photo 5. Full Name 6. Username (important tips next!)
  19. ✓No egg heads! ✓REAL name is great ✓Username tips to follow…
  20. USERNAME QUICK TIPS: • This is your only shot to pick the right username! Make it count. Even better, make it your real name (before someone else claims it.)
  21. USERNAME QUICK TIPS: • Your username has to be 20 characters or fewer
  22. USERNAME QUICK TIPS: • Capitalize every new word within your name – makes it a lot easier to read. TrafficGenerationCafe or AnaHoffman
  23. Again, if you are new to Periscope, I recommend you sign up with your Twitter account.
  24. Learn how here: tgcafe.it/periscope-tutorial <= click
  25. What else is new on Periscope?
  26. You can now change your profile picture2
  27. Double-tap your current profile photo Pick a new photo or take one
  28. Threaded comments are here!3
  29. 1. Click on the comment in the stream you’d like to respond to. You’ll see the following screen with the original comment at the top. 2. Tap Reply to… well, reply.
  30. 3. The original commentator’s username will be automatically added to your reply.
  31. Replies that mention you will appear with an arrow.
  32. When a broadcaster blocks a commentator, a message will be posted to the chat room. 4
  33. Hmmm… This one got me puzzled a bit…
  34. According to the Periscope team:
  35. Stay tuned for more updates!
  36. Stay tuned for more updates! And if you are NOT on Periscope…
  37. Here’s how:Click to discover it for yourself:

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