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When I go to the "Likes" section of the YouTube video manager under my account I can only see 2 pages of the likes list and the last video in the list is for sure far not the first video I've ever liked. I am actively using YouTube for years, clicking "like" to be able to revisit the video, but now I can only see a small part of all I've liked.

I believe that I have once opened the full list but I can't remember how did I do that.

Do you happen to know the way?

If there is no way to do this through the YouTube UI, solutions involving API usage are also welcome. I just don't want to lose the list.

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The problem is that YouTube is limiting every playlist to 200 entries. A solution I came across is to create a new playlist, put the 200 displayed entries from your liked list inside, and delete them from the liked list. The liked list is then not empty, but contains 200 previously liked videos. Proceed until you have all liked videos in playlists.

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Simple as everything genius. Thank you. –  Ivan May 1 '13 at 5:12
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Go to your own youtube channel and go to the "Likes" section. It should show all of it.

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That's considered a oneliner here on web applications. Please give some additional information. The FAQ is good reading. Welcome to Web Applications. –  Jacob Jan Tuinstra Apr 6 '13 at 18:44
    
I think that's what I did and it doesn't show all, just the last ~200. –  Ivan Apr 16 '13 at 16:16
    
It works for me. –  GlassGhost Apr 5 at 4:03
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If you want to see all of them go on http://www.youtube.com/user/Youryoutubename/videos?view=15&flow=grid instead of Youryoutubename type YOUR youtube name (the one that shows when you click my channel). Hope it helps. Helped me :)

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YouTube used to have a feature that placed a checkmark next to playlists which already contained the video in question. This was great if you had several playlists (each playlist holds 200 videos) because it notified told you which playlist the video was located in, you could keep track of all your playlisted-videos without worrying about placing the same video in multiple playlists. But I think YouTube or Google changed the system so that the checkmark was mostly removed.

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