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I have a lot of privated YouTube videos, the amount clocking in the hundreds. I would like to share all of them with one person, i.e. let only them be able to see all of those hundreds of videos.

YouTube's mass-selection interface doesn't let me share all the videos with anyone, only letting me mass-change all of their visibility between Public, Unlisted, and Private. This is true for both YouTube Studio Beta and Creator Studio Classic.

Adding them all into a private playlist doesn't work, because you can't specifically share a private playlist with anyone.

The closest thing I get is to make all of the videos Unlisted and make the playlist Unlisted, but there is a specific reason I want to make the videos private instead of unlisted.

How do I do this?

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Make all those videos private or add them to a new playlist and make them private there.

Next visit this YouTube Help - Allow others to view private videos:

About Privacy Settings (Video Instructions):

Private videos

Private videos and playlists can only be seen by you and the users you choose. Your private videos won’t appear to others who visit the "Videos" tab of your channel page. They also won't show up in YouTube's search results.

To share a private video:

  1. Go to your Video Manager in Creator Studio Classic.
  2. Find the video you want to share, then select Edit.
  3. Beneath the "Privacy Settings" drop-down menu, select Share.
  4. Enter the email addresses of people you'd like to share your video with, then select OK.

Comments are not available on private videos. If you want to allow comments on a video that's not publicly available, change the privacy setting to unlisted.

The first link includes instructions for: desktop computer, Android, iPhone & iPad.

The difference between private and unlisted is that you can share an unlisted video's URL with other users. The people you share the video with don't need a Google Account to see the video. Anyone with the link can also re-share it.

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