YouTube Settings You Should Know About In 2020 - MalkamDior

Learn settings inside of YouTube that can help or hurt your channel based on how they are set. 

I’m struggling myself as to where to move next with it, if at all....AND I didn't even mention the algorithm no one can figure out: Will my videos ever be seen? 
I’m so sick of YouTube recently.

  • Auto-content claim issues STILL
    Demonetisation rampant
  • Kid friendly settings causing huge issues
  • Advert times are nuts (I had 4 adverts before a video yesterday: 8 mins+ of unskippable ads)
  • And now a 6 hour vod only displays the last 4 hours...

With streaming onto YouTube didn't have the 24hr ban that twitch has in place and was able to highlight the matches w/ correct settings pretty easy. Thumbnails will come later.

One of them limits your ability to be suggested next to other videos if you don't have it set right, another makes it where people can freely use your content and more. 

Watch the whole video so you know you have everything set properly.

Very helpful tips. I am going to fix those settings and hopefully it makes a difference.

How do you change the settings on YouTube?

Sign in to YouTube. In the top right, select your account icon > Creator Studio. In the menu on the left, select Channel > Upload defaults. Choose your default settings.
“While some video streaming services primarily feature on-demand or original content, others can completely replace your cable subscription. 
YouTube TV takes the latter approach, offering over 70 channels of news, sports, and entertainment in one package. It also integrates excellent DVR features and supports a ton of platforms. 

Although YouTube TV's price has gone up over time, it's still cheaper than most full-fledged live TV options. 
The combination makes YouTube TV an Editors' Choice video streaming service. YouTube TV also won a PCMag Readers' Choice Award for live TV streaming services.” —Credit PCMAG

Our conclusion, when people talk about today's most popular social sharing websites, YouTube often gets left out of the conversation in favor of sites like Facebook and Twitter.

But don't be fooled: YouTube has a lot going for it. Although Facebook might be the largest social networking site, YouTube has the second greatest reach after Facebook in terms of general usage. 
It's also the second biggest search engine behind its parent company, Google.