The best (read: only) way I've found to add all my "watch later" videos to a new playlist is within the mobile app (I'm on an Android phone, but probably works for iPhone too). It requires a smartphone and some device you can "cast" to.
Play your "watch later playlist"
Cast to a some device (chromecast, smart tv, roku, smart ...
@Stunner's answer really deserves some screenshots, so here goes:
Go to https://youtube.com --> click on "History" in the left-hand pane:
Now click on "Comments" on the right:
Et voilá vos commentaires! (And there are your comments!):
Or just click here: https://www.youtube.com/feed/history/comment_history.
So I've found myself here because I was trying to post a link to one of my own comments inside another comment I made down further but what would happen is when trying to then click that link to a previous comment, my browser would show when hovered over that the link had cut off the section that refers to the comment.
So as a demo, if I right-clicked and ...
I didn't find a solution, but what I did instead is simply block the channel of that the video comes from
Unfortunately, that means you won't see other videos from that channel.
To block a channel, visit the channel page -> About -> (click the flag icon) -> Block
Forward-slash (/) doesn't work for me unfortunately. But there are extensions like Search Box Focus that actually work on any website, including Youtube. Though, you have to use Chrome or a browser that allows you to install chrome extensions such as Opera.
I guess I should be subscribed to YouTube on YouTube. I see it's related to celebrating Black history which is what the official YouTube channel is featuring!
Edit: Now that I know what to search for, I see that the logo is being updated periodically and this blog seems to be tracking changes!
You can go to https://ytpulse.com and enter the Channel ID or URL to see the total number of the videos that the channel has along with the total duration of all those videos. It will also show the playlist counts, custom URL, channel creation date and much more useful information
This web app can also show the total duration of a playlist and also several ...
You can go to https://ytpulse.com and enter the playlist ID or URL to see the total duration of the playlist. It not only shows the playlist duration but also show several other important metrics like the number of the channels in that playlist, view count, channels having highest/lowest video in the playlist and many more promising metrics.
This web app can ...
YouTube continues to collect your data also disabling watch and search history, but it doesn't collect and save the data to your account and you can't view viewed videos history.
To "clear" YouTube suggested videos, now, you need to clear your browser cache (site saved data), or, if you don't want be tracked from the beginning, you need to use your ...
Unfortunately, the only way I have found to do it so far is from YouTube Music, which means that it only works with playlists that are available as YouTube Music playlists. I've included the steps in list form, with images afterwards.
Find the playlist on YouTube
Enter the playlist and locate the playlist title
Click on the title to enter the list view