You can easily keep up with the most recent episodes of your favourite videos and channels on the video-sharing website YouTube. This is made possible by the website’s ability to notify you via push notifications whenever there is new content or an update. YouTube will send you notifications about channels that you have subscribed to as well as others that it thinks you might find interesting in addition to the ones that you already receive.
If you find that you are receiving an overwhelming number of notifications from YouTube, you can easily manage the number of notifications and the different types of notifications that are sent to you by configuring your preferences. By reading this article, you will acquire the knowledge necessary to effectively manage the notifications that YouTube sends you. So let’s get started:
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How to Manage Notifications on Youtube
Manage General Notifications on YouTube Desktop
Simply choose the broad types of videos for which you’d like to be notified on YouTube.
1. Get YouTube up and running on your machine, then sign in.
2. Select an image for your profile using the menu at the top of the page.
3. Access the Personalized Settings by clicking the Settings button.
4. Select an option under the Notifications tab.
5. In the “General Notifications” tab, you can modify the alerts that are sent to your computer or mobile device. Here you can configure how and when you want to be notified of various events, such as new subscribers, suggested videos, activity on your channel, comments, replies to comments, mentions, and other channels.
6. In the Email Notifications tab, you can give your consent to receive emails about the specified YouTube actions. Toggle this on if you want to receive these messages; off if you don’t.
7. Here you can enable or disable channel-specific, product-specific, and subscription-specific alerts.
Manage Channel Notifications
Getting the latest updates from a specific channel is as easy as subscribing to it. You have complete control over enabling or disabling these features.