My.Club Adds Feature to Facilitate Collabs With Unregistered Creators

My.Club Adds Feature to Facilitate Collabs With Unregistered Creators

NEW YORK — My.Club has introduced a feature enabling platform-registered creators to collaborate with non-users.

The new feature, a rep noted, “makes it easier for creators to expand their creative network. Those content creators who dream of joining forces with partners or friends to take their creative projects to new heights can now do so without the need of registering their collaborators on the platform.”

The new "Connected Creators" panel in the My.Club account settings features two options — creators can download a release form, share it with their intended collaborator for their signature and then upload it along with the necessary documents, or share a link with their potential collaborator, enabling them to upload their documents and provide signed consent independently.

Once the moderation team approves the documents, registered creators can post content featuring the non-user.

Andra Chirnogeanu, head of business at My.Club, said, “With this hassle-free and efficient solution, creators can create and market content with anyone they desire. This will ensure that we will see a lot of awesome teamwork!"

For more information visit My.Club.


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