How To Make YouTube Videos Private - Sourajit Saha

How To Make YouTube Videos Private

Because YouTube is enormous on video sharing, it might seem strange to ask how you can do so that no one sees you, but some people want only to share their videos with some people or even want them totally private for no one but them. No matter how much privacy your reasoning or desired, YouTube makes it easy to change the confidentiality configuration of a video you uploaded and prevent the publication of a video before you upload it. 

The site allows you to adjust its privacy setting by uploading a video to YouTube so that only the intended public can view the video and remains invisible to strangers. Depending on the type of videos and your personal privacy preferences, you can create either one or several videos 'Private'. During the production of multiple 'Private' videos, you can check each video check box and modify its privacy configuration in one go. 
How To Make YouTube Videos Private
To simplify things, you need not necessarily use your laptop / desktop to change your uploaded video's privacy settings. The work from your Android smartphone can also be done right away. Before you know how to make YouTube videos private, let’s learn categories of the videos. Unlisted and private YouTube videos all serve a different, but significant purpose. You and your company can benefit from knowing why and when to use these video types.

Public

PUBLIC is the default for all YouTube videos as a fast starting point. Everyone can find, view or share a video publicly available.

Private

Now, it's here that things begin to become interesting. One of YouTube's first privacy options is PRIVATE videos. Only those invited to see these videos by the uploader can view them. To share the video, the uploader can select up to 50 people. Instead, invitees must have (and must be logged in) an active Google Account to view the video. If a user has several Google accounts, he/she must log into the user's shared account in order to view the video.

No search results, video recommendations or video uploader tab section will contain private videos and channel subscribers will not be notified when private videos are uploaded. If a user of the uploader tries to share the video with his friends, that is only the user can watch the video. So why are you going to choose private video setting? There are so many ways to take advantage of this YouTube setting. 

Family content

Sharing videos is a powerful way to stay connected if you live far from your loved ones. The first step of your child is to check in weekly or to share the films from a family holiday-but not with the whole world. Private videos are an excellent way to ensure that the right people can view these precious moments exclusively. 
Organizational Internal Uses

Video is an efficient training tool for many larger organizations to share new company policies or even to offer updates or compliments. The private video configuration ensure the internalization of internal messages and content. It also means that a company can create a complete internal video library to assist staff in growing or changing roles in the company. 

Online Resumes and Portfolios

In recent years, Video Checks have become increasingly popular, as more and more candidates look to distinguish themselves from the crowd. Private videos enable the users to upload their video curriculum video to YouTube, sharing them only with potential employers. To share such video curricula, you can simply download a link to your C.V online from your prospective employer. And there is no file formats hassle, of course. 

For new customers, an online portfolio is crucial as a videographer. However, your previous customers may not have registered for public video sharing or sensitive subjects for some videos. Video makers can then share their personal video with potential clients by uploading the Portfolio on YouTube, avoiding unwanted comments and avoiding confidentiality problems. 

Unlisted

Users have something between public and private settings under YouTube's UNLISTED video option. Anyone with a video link, including those without a Google Account, can view and share unlisted videos.

This makes it possible for anyone who comes across this link to still view the video while not listed videos do not appear in search results, a video registry of a user, or a subscriber feed. In fact, there are whole sites that list unlisted videos on YouTube. YouTube handles in many ways non-listed videos, such as public videos— it can label videos for inapproachable content and copyrighted audio or videos should not be used by uploaders. 

Here's how to make YouTube videos private:

1. To search for all your uploads, open your YouTube Videos page.

2. Look for the video for which the privacy settings are need to change.

3. If you want to modify confidentiality settings at a time on several videos, place the box beside each video that you want.

4. Click on the small arrow next to the word Edit and select Info & Settings if you want to change just one video. Choose from the right of the page one of the privacy options, then click Save Changes.

5. Click Actions at the top of your screen and pick one of the options for privacy if you're changing the settings for more videos. Confirm the Yes, button if asked.

Here's how to make youtube videos private on Android:

1. Switch on your Android smartphone.

2. Tap the Apps list Menu icon.

3. Search and the app icon of YouTube.

4. Tap the Menu icon on the top-left corner in the open window (a three-line icon).

5. Then tap Uploads from the options shown.

6. Touch the Options icon on the top right corner of the video in the Uploads window.

7. Tap the Edit option from the list shown. 

8. Tap the drop- down list of the PRIVACY section on the Edit Video Interface. 

9. Tap Private option from the list on the pop- up box. 

10. To save the changes to the target video, tap the OK button from the bottom of the interface.
Because YouTube is enormous on video sharing, it might seem strange to ask how you can do so that no one sees you, but some people want only to share their videos with some people or even want them totally private for no one but them. No matter how much privacy your reasoning or desired, YouTube makes it easy to change the confidentiality configuration of a video you uploaded and prevent the publication of a video before you upload it. 

The site allows you to adjust its privacy setting by uploading a video to YouTube so that only the intended public can view the video and remains invisible to strangers. Depending on the type of videos and your personal privacy preferences, you can create either one or several videos 'Private'. During the production of multiple 'Private' videos, you can check each video check box and modify its privacy configuration in one go. 
How To Make YouTube Videos Private
To simplify things, you need not necessarily use your laptop / desktop to change your uploaded video's privacy settings. The work from your Android smartphone can also be done right away. Before you know how to make YouTube videos private, let’s learn categories of the videos. Unlisted and private YouTube videos all serve a different, but significant purpose. You and your company can benefit from knowing why and when to use these video types.

Public

PUBLIC is the default for all YouTube videos as a fast starting point. Everyone can find, view or share a video publicly available.

Private

Now, it's here that things begin to become interesting. One of YouTube's first privacy options is PRIVATE videos. Only those invited to see these videos by the uploader can view them. To share the video, the uploader can select up to 50 people. Instead, invitees must have (and must be logged in) an active Google Account to view the video. If a user has several Google accounts, he/she must log into the user's shared account in order to view the video.

No search results, video recommendations or video uploader tab section will contain private videos and channel subscribers will not be notified when private videos are uploaded. If a user of the uploader tries to share the video with his friends, that is only the user can watch the video. So why are you going to choose private video setting? There are so many ways to take advantage of this YouTube setting. 

Family content

Sharing videos is a powerful way to stay connected if you live far from your loved ones. The first step of your child is to check in weekly or to share the films from a family holiday-but not with the whole world. Private videos are an excellent way to ensure that the right people can view these precious moments exclusively. 
Organizational Internal Uses

Video is an efficient training tool for many larger organizations to share new company policies or even to offer updates or compliments. The private video configuration ensure the internalization of internal messages and content. It also means that a company can create a complete internal video library to assist staff in growing or changing roles in the company. 

Online Resumes and Portfolios

In recent years, Video Checks have become increasingly popular, as more and more candidates look to distinguish themselves from the crowd. Private videos enable the users to upload their video curriculum video to YouTube, sharing them only with potential employers. To share such video curricula, you can simply download a link to your C.V online from your prospective employer. And there is no file formats hassle, of course. 

For new customers, an online portfolio is crucial as a videographer. However, your previous customers may not have registered for public video sharing or sensitive subjects for some videos. Video makers can then share their personal video with potential clients by uploading the Portfolio on YouTube, avoiding unwanted comments and avoiding confidentiality problems. 

Unlisted

Users have something between public and private settings under YouTube's UNLISTED video option. Anyone with a video link, including those without a Google Account, can view and share unlisted videos.

This makes it possible for anyone who comes across this link to still view the video while not listed videos do not appear in search results, a video registry of a user, or a subscriber feed. In fact, there are whole sites that list unlisted videos on YouTube. YouTube handles in many ways non-listed videos, such as public videos— it can label videos for inapproachable content and copyrighted audio or videos should not be used by uploaders. 

Here's how to make YouTube videos private:

1. To search for all your uploads, open your YouTube Videos page.

2. Look for the video for which the privacy settings are need to change.

3. If you want to modify confidentiality settings at a time on several videos, place the box beside each video that you want.

4. Click on the small arrow next to the word Edit and select Info & Settings if you want to change just one video. Choose from the right of the page one of the privacy options, then click Save Changes.

5. Click Actions at the top of your screen and pick one of the options for privacy if you're changing the settings for more videos. Confirm the Yes, button if asked.

Here's how to make youtube videos private on Android:

1. Switch on your Android smartphone.

2. Tap the Apps list Menu icon.

3. Search and the app icon of YouTube.

4. Tap the Menu icon on the top-left corner in the open window (a three-line icon).

5. Then tap Uploads from the options shown.

6. Touch the Options icon on the top right corner of the video in the Uploads window.

7. Tap the Edit option from the list shown. 

8. Tap the drop- down list of the PRIVACY section on the Edit Video Interface. 

9. Tap Private option from the list on the pop- up box. 

10. To save the changes to the target video, tap the OK button from the bottom of the interface.

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