You’ve added the “route for review” rule to a custom policy. What happens with any associated claims?
They appear in your Potential Claims ToDo queue.
They are pending for 30 days, then automatically become active.
They are converted to a Block policy after 30 days if not reviewed.
They are routed to a Partner Manager for approval.
It’s very important to monitor and keep your claims updated. However, the YouTube system makes the process of managing claims quite easier. For example, you can manually review claims before your policy gets applied. As a result, this will ensure you’re taking the right action on the claimed content.
You can select “Route for review” from the drop-down menu (Edit Policy), and choose the desired action. Also, specify one or more conditions (match type, viewer location, user video match amount, or reference match amount).
Tip: you want to check this box only if you can manually review every claim generated by this rule. Undoubtedly, in some cases that could be a very time-consuming job and should rather automate the process.
So, you’ve added the “route for review” rule to a custom policy. What happens?
Well, these claims appear in your ToDo queue. Also, keep in mind that they expire after 30 days if don’t take any action. Certainly, you would want to review these claims as soon as possible. And, not wait until they expire, because policy won’t be applied until the claim is made active.
Learn more on the official Google support website.