How to Delete YouTube Video

There may come a moment as a YouTuber when you need to remove videos from your channel. You could want to remove a video from your YouTube account for a variety of reasons. How to erase the videos is one significant challenge that you can run across.

Well, we noticed that you could be having trouble deleting your movie, therefore we’ve highlighted simple procedures in this article that can assist you in doing so.

Make careful to remove any videos from your YouTube channel that you might want to remove after reading this post.

How to Delete YouTube Video

If you want to delete your YouTube video, you can do so through your laptop or your phone. We will go through the two processes below;

Deleting YouTube videos using a laptop

  • Enter your username and password to sign in to YouTube.
  • Click “Video Manager” after selecting “My Channel.”
  • The videos will be listed. Select “activities” and then “mark the one that has to be erased.”
  • To get rid of it, choose Delete. Simply select Private or Unlisted to make the movie invisible.

Deleting YouTube videos using a phone

  • In the upper right corner, click on the account symbol.
  • Input your channel here.
  • Select “Videos.” Then choose the desired video and click the three dots next to it.
  • Press “Delete”
  • At this stage, you are required to press ‘Delete’ again

About YouTube Videos

In contrast to the four or five hours a day that the average US citizen spends watching television, it was estimated in January 2012 that YouTube users spent only 15 minutes per day on the website.

In 2017, users spent more than an hour a day on average watching YouTube on their mobile devices.

The Daily Dot asserted that the removal of two billion views from Universal and Sony music videos’ YouTube view counts in December 2012 was due to a breach of the site’s terms of service, which prohibit the use of automated methods to artificially inflate view counts.

After experimenting with this adjustment in March of 2021, YouTube stated on November 11, 2021, that it would start burying dislike counts on videos and making them invisible to viewers.

The business claimed that the choice was made in response to studies that showed smaller YouTube producers were more likely to be the targets of harassment and dislike campaigns.

According to YouTube, creators will still be able to access the YouTube Studio dashboard tool to view the number of likes and dislikes.

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