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There is a much easier solution if you use chrome. Chrome url suggestions prioritize relevant bookmarks. So create a bookmark to www.youtube.com/feed/subscriptions and make sure it is left-most on your bookmark bar. Then when you type "you..." in the url bar your first suggestion will be to the subscriptions page. Note: If youtube.com or anything else ...


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On a browser, if you expand the hamburger menu at the top right, then look under 'Library' you will see the saved playlist there. You will only see the playlist there once the page has been refreshed. I am not sure if this is the only place.


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Just go to your YouTube channel and scroll to to subscriptions they should be in order by date.


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Go to https://www.youtube.com/ and click the Send feedback link on the bottom.


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Looks like it was a server side issue that has been resolved.


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It is a default picture given to new users who have not set up their custom profile picture. It is given by YouTube.


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I know of Youlister, unlike others it also offers the option to mass delete playlists. But unfortunately nothing to verify entries/URL's.


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No, you will not lose your Gmail account. But you will not be able to access your associated YouTube channels.


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The correct parameter is &start=73, not t.


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You don't share it. All the generated advertising revenue goes to the copyright owner/claimant. Depending on the copyright owner’s policy, some Content ID claims prevent certain material from being available on YouTube. Others allow the video to remain live, while directing the advertising revenue to the copyright owners of the claimed content, like ...


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I found that you can pass the 5000 limit by creating more than one and combining them in the toolbar thingy. Sorry I can't elaborate.


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This doesn't answer the question specifically, but it does help. Go to your channel on YouTube and scroll down until you see the section "Subscriptions." By clicking on the bold face text "Subscriptions" it will show you all of your subscriptions in vertical list with the channel you most recently subscribed to at the top, your second most recent sub below ...



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