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If I asked you to subscribe to my YouTube channel and prove it, is there a proof for subscriptions?

Example could you say I subscribed with this email , 5birds@gmail.com, and could I check on YouTube to verify?

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If you know the person/channel that is subscribing to you, and they made their subscriptions public then you can just check their subscriptions. When you go to there YouTube channel it will have all of there subscriptions if they made it public.

Also as it is your YouTube channel you can look through all of the different subscribers that subscribed to your channel if they allowed it to be public. All you have to do is go to YouTube Studio and go to recent subscribers, then see all...

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Over there you will see the YouTube Channel name, not an email.

If they did not make it public there is no way to verify/check.

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Yes and No, depending on privacy settings.

Not to steal @Monks thunder, but this is what Youtube says on subscription or " the ability to prove subscription"

If the user is public - Yes.

Public: When your subscriptions are set to public, other users can see what channels you subscribe to. Your subscriptions are listed on your channel page. Your account is listed in the Subscribers List for any channel you subscribe to. If the user is not public than No.

If the user is private- No

Private: When your subscriptions are set to private, no other users can see what channels you subscribe to. Your account does not show in a channel's Subscribers List, even if you're subscribed.

CAVEAT TO ANSWER

  • To answer your question, this may difficult.

By default, all settings are set to private.

Source : https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/7280190?hl=en

Youtube Privacy Settings

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