Your Liked videos playlist has a limit of 5,000 videos. Is there any way to see all videos you liked, not just the last 5,000?

Actual number of liked videos is shown in stats on Library page.

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Google recently added a way to see all videos you liked and disliked, including time and date when you did it.

While logged in to your Google account, go to Other Google activity page, then search for "YouTube likes and dislikes" page.

If no likes/dislikes are shown on that page, you may have more than one YouTube account. Click your profile icon in upper right corner and pick another YouTube account.

Keep in mind that all items are shown on a single page, so browsing entire list when you have over 5,000 videos can be impractical, but this is currently the only way.

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    Direct link. Note that if you have a brand account (aka "I didn't want to use my real name in comments or uploads") you have to switch to that to see your video activity.
    – mirh
    Mar 17, 2021 at 12:06

There was a tool posted previously on Web Applications which outputs a list of any Public playlist. NOTE: I have only tested this with a playlist of ~300, so I'm unsure if it will work for 5,000+.

  1. Ensure that the playlist is Public.
    • This can be done from the YouTube > Settings > Privacy and clear the Keep all my liked videos private check box.
  2. Navigate to http://www.williamsportwebdeveloper.com/FavBackUp.aspx.
  3. In the Enter YouTube playlist id: field, enter the YouTube playlist ID.
  4. Click Submit and wait for the xls file to be generated.
    • NOTE: The playlist of ~300 took ~25 seconds to be generated. This may take longer for 5,000 videos.
  5. Download and open the xls file.
  6. Make your Liked Videos playlist Private, if applicable.
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    I already tried that website for saving playlist of 5000 videos, it crashed. I did manage to save my playlist with other program though. Still, my question was how to view 5000+ liked videos, not how to save playlists. Aug 21, 2017 at 14:26
  • My apologies, I understood your question as wanting to see the videos in your Liked Videos playlist. For future reference, what is the program that you were able to save your playlist with?
    – Ashton
    Aug 21, 2017 at 22:42
  • YouTube Export sourceforge.net/projects/youtubeexport Aug 21, 2017 at 23:15

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