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I'm comfortable with Tampermonkey scripts and writing my own JavaScript, I just can't reasonably comprehend YouTube's generated HTML structure and constant changes enough to know how to write this myself.

What I want is essentially something I can turn on or off that will completely hide videos I've already seen from the suggestions page, the recommended sidebar next to videos and just generally the homepage/the site. It's not that I don't like seeing videos again, it's just the complete burial of suggestions from YouTube of videos I haven't seen among ones I have.

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    Does it show you a red bar on the bottom or under video's thumbnails, showing how much of the video you've watched? Not sure if that's standard or from an add-on, but looking for the red bar would be a sign you've seen the video... still see it listed though, but using the "red bar" code could "show what to hide" – Xen2050 Jun 3 '17 at 10:23
  • It does show that, and I do use it to indicate if I've watched a video, though my problem is that YouTube almost exclusively recommends videos I've watched, not that I can't tell which are which. – Faceplanted Jun 3 '17 at 12:12
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Here's a decent script that'll do just what you asked: https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/13040-youtube-hide-watched-videos

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Sometimes YouTube recommends the videos according to your watch history. Try deleting your YouTube history. I have tried this and it mostly suggests me new content.

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