- Obtain (information or input into a particular task or project) by enlisting the services of a number of people, either paid or unpaid, typically via the Internet: she crowdsourced advice on album art (as noun crowdsourcing) the paper seems more comfortable than many of its rivals wading into the world of crowdsourcing and citizen journalismMore example sentences
- Amara has announced a new platform that allows YouTube publishers to crowdsource subtitles and translation for their published videos.
- No social journalism tool would be complete without the ability to crowdsource reporting.
- The California representative originally introduced the bill on Reddit in order to crowdsource suggestions and advice.
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