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They're desperately clinging to the idea that people actually use Google+ and are refusing to give it up. Disable all the ad and information sharing from your Google+ account so they don't make money off your frustration.


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In the title it is stated that this is optional for channels. As outlined in the first paragraph this is not required. Just something Channels may want to do. Weather you'll be able to keep your accounts separated is in the hands of Google


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I'm not sure if you mean your own videos or other people's Youtube videos. Here's what I've found. Go to https://plus.google.com/settings then scroll down to "Receive notifications" click on "Posts" and then unselect the last option "Shares or comments on your content across the web (for example, your YouTube videos or your blog)" Also you may want to ...


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I found a solution here: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/mozilla.dev.extensions/0ZgKDAFfUDc Here's how I disabled HTML5 video in Chrome on Windows: Find the file called ffmpegsumo.dll where Chrome is installed (C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\30.xxxxx\ for me) Worked for me as well, but after a while the html5 player ...


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If you're willing to switch to Chrome, you can use this extension, which offers the option to force a certain player type. YouTube Options used to be able to do this but it no longer does so.


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I think I found out a way. In the name of the mix for instance Mix - Soul Asylum - Runaway Train - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRtvqT_wMeY&list=RDNRtvqT_wMeY there is a Thumbs Up icon. If you give a like, then YouTube stores in your preferences... To replay the mix, you have to go in the left corner, there is an icon with 4 horizontal lines, you ...


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The lukman’s solution doesn’t work indeed, even if YouTube says your favourites are private. But if you go to your favourites, click on playlist settings and choose private, then it works!


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Copy/paste the link address from Facebook directly in What’s in your mind box, then you can tag.


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If you have Android, there is an app for this here the link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.youtuberss.reader


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It is not possible to change this behaviour out of the box, but there is a way in which you can install some browser plugin and add script (usually JavaScript) to enhance your experience with popular websites (as you mentioned Facebook and YouTube). Example: Browser Plugin: Greasemonkey https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/greasemonkey/ ...


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Create a playlist with your videos, then look here -> https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/57793?hl=en


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If it is your own video, you can download the subtitles from the video manager. Go to: Video Manager >> Edit (on the video you want) >> Captions >> (Click on the track you want to download) >> Actions (drop down box) At the time of writing, there are three file types available: .vtt .srt .sbv These have different uses in different applications, but are ...


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I don't think so. Google wants everyone to use one (G+) account on their products, so they make you use your primary google account after relogin.


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What you are asking for is not possible, YouTube has no such feature.


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It's not a feature open for users. The videos that are limited to certain countries on YouTube have been limited in that way by YouTube themselves due to licensing issues. If you want to control who should be able to view your videos, you can do this to some extent by the privacy settings, either per video or per account. Why would you want to limit videos ...



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