Finding out who subscribes to your YouTube channel when you’re using an ios device is a somewhat tricky endeavor. I know because I was frustrated myself trying to accomplish this. When I finally figured out a solution I wrote a post about how to do it. When I published that post, that alone almost doubled the number of reader’s who visit my site in a days time.
Today, by chance I discovered an easy way to see who your new subscribers are using the ios YouTube app. I thought others would like to know where to find this information as well. If you kept a list of your subscribers using the method described in my earlier post, you can just update it occasionally by adding the new subscriber names you’ll find using this newer method.
If You’re Checking Your Subscribers Because Your Channel will Lose Partner Status Due to YouTube’s Massive Cleansing of All Their Small Channel Providers…
If you are unfamiliar with what’s going on right now with YouTube and the crisis before us. About how recent management decisions will completely change the YouTube we’ve all grown to love on Feb. 20th when they go into effect. Pleas also subscribe 1st…and then come back and leave me a comment asking me to explain. I’ll write post about what’s going ASAP!
Open the YouTube App
When you first open the app you’ll see ‘Recommendations‘ which includes a combination of new content from channels you subscribe to as well as YouTube’s recommendations for new content on topics you may have viewed in the past.
Make sure you’re signed into your Google account for the YouTube channel you’re interested in seeing the new subscribers for. To check your Google account you should see your profile picture in the upper right hand corner. If you tap on it, the view shown in the screenshot below will display and you can change accounts by tapping on ‘Switch Account.’
Close that view by tapping on the X and look for ‘Activity‘ on the bottom menu on the ‘Recommendations‘ screen and tap on it.
The next screen display will show you any recent activity for your account and YouTube channel. If you’ve had any new subscribers recently they will appear here…refer to the screenshot below.
That’s all there is to it!
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