How To Get YouTube Account Link : How do I get a link to my YouTube account?

How To Get YouTube Account Link : How do I get a link to my YouTube account?

Your channel can have more than one URL that directs your audience to your channel homepage. These URLs can look different from one another, but each URL can point your audience to the same place – your channel.

Find your YouTube channel URL

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To find your channel’s URL:

  1. Sign in to YouTube Studio.
  2. From the left Menu, select CustomizationBasic info.
  3. Under Channel URL, you can view and copy your Channel URL.

Channel URL (ID-based)

Example: youtube.com/channel/UCUZHFZ9jIKrLroW8LcyJEQQ

This example is a standard URL that YouTube channels use. It uses your unique channel ID, which is the numbers and letters at the end of the URL.

Custom URL

Example: youtube.com/c/YouTubeCreators

A custom URL is a shorter, easy-to-remember URL that you can share with your audience. These custom URLs can be based on your current display name or your legacy username or your linked and verified web domain. To create a custom URL for your channel, your account needs to:

  • Have 100 or more subscribers.
  • Be at least 30 days old.
  • Have an uploaded profile picture.
  • Have an uploaded banner image.

You can check if you’ve claimed a custom URL in your basic info setting.

You can share a shorter version of your custom URL by removing “/c”, such as youtube.com/YouTubeCreators.

Legacy username URL

Example: youtube.com/user/YouTube

Depending on when your channel was created, it may have a username. Usernames are no longer required for channels today, but you can still use this URL to direct viewers to your channel. This also includes if your channel name has changed since you chose your username. Existing usernames can’t be changed.

Custom URL overview

A custom URL is an easy-to-remember channel URL that you can share with your audience. Custom URLs are based on your channel name and display as youtube.com/yourcustomname or youtube.com/c/yourcustomname.

Note: You can remove and set up a new custom URL for your channel up to 3 times per year. If you move your YouTube channel to another account, you need to remove your custom URL from your account then set up a custom URL on your new account after 72 hours.

Note: You can remove and set up a new custom URL for your channel up to 3 times per year. If you move your YouTube channel to another account, you need to remove your custom URL from your account then set up a custom URL on your new account after 72 hours.

Custom URL eligibility

To create a custom URL for your channel, your account needs to:

  • Have 100 or more subscribers.
  • Be at least 30 days old.
  • Have an uploaded profile picture.
  • Have an uploaded banner image.

Note: YouTube reserves the right to change, reclaim, or remove custom URLs at any time. For example, we may reclaim a custom URL that was associated with a deleted Google Account.

Find your custom URL

  1. Sign in to YouTube Studio.
  2. From the left Menu, select Customization > Basic info.
  3. Under custom URL, you can view and copy your custom URL.

Set up a custom URL

  1. Sign in to YouTube Studio.
  2. From the left Menu, select CustomizationBasic info.
  3. Under Channel URL, click Set a custom URL for your channel.
  4. You can choose the suggested custom URL based on your channel name or add extra letters or numbers to make your custom URL unique.
  5. Click PUBLISH, then Click CONFIRM to confirm your custom URL.

Remove custom URL

  1. Sign in to YouTube Studio.
  2. From the left Menu, select CustomizationBasic info.
  3. Under your current custom URL, click DELETE.
  4. Under About, click your custom URL.
  5. Click Remove, then click Remove again to confirm you want to delete your URL. It may take a few days for the previous URL to deactivate.

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