Frequently Asked Questions

You've got questions. We've got answers. Let's answer the obvious ones first. 

What is iox?

iox is a community-driven channel that aims to democratize and give smaller creators an outlet to share their work without the worry of any external factors getting in the way of their passion project.

Whether that's a smaller subscriber base, starting out anew or just creating something entirely original, iox is the channel that hopes to shake things up in the independent content creation scene.

How can I join Iox?

It's really easy to join iox, even a caveman could do it*:

1. Join iox's Discord at, type "-agree" to verify yourself.
2. Pitch your idea at pitches, and if your pitch is accepted, you'll get the iox Creator role! You can also get this role by offering to help out in other people's projects.

*iox stole this joke from GEICO Insurance. Please don't sue us, we can't bare risk losing 15% or more! 

Why should I join iox and/or upload my stuff to it?

As a community, we think all art should be shared. iox's main goal is to recognise the creative and talented people who are often overlooked and want to create their own indie series, film or other type of project, with each member helping build the blocks that help them get to their goal.

That's why we think you should join iox, because we think you have the power to change how we see art, and create something much bigger and collaborative. We even have Featured Bits, where you don't even need to upload straight to iox to be seen.

What types of content aren't allowed on iox?

Well, being that we are a creatively driven channel, any type of content is allowed, so long as it isn't:

🤢 Too sickening.

🔞 Sexual-related activities (so, porn and/or hentai essentially)

©️ Copyrighted material.* 

📣 Too political. Keep it civil, enough said.

⏰ Not long enough. (5-6 seconds isn't enough for an Iox video, for example, but is for a short)

📚 Breaking the Terms of Service (ToS) or Guidelines of certain video sharing and/or social media sites.

It's best to review your content if you are concerned that your media may be breaking one of these rules. We're open to giving advice if you need it.

*If you have asked for strict permission for the material to be used in your media, you must inform the copyright holders about the republication of your content before you post it for Iox. Alternative tracks and material may be suggested otherwise. You can obviously deny republications of your material if you feel unsure or inable to contact them. 

Can I help fund iox and some of my favourite creators on it?

Where can I find Iox?

You can find iox on a multitude of platforms, including, but not limited to:



You can find these questions and more in the Iox Discord.