How to delete a Youtube Channel
Your Youtube career didn’t work out or you just want to delete a Youtube channel? Then you will find the appropriate information here. In general, the opening of a Google or Youtube account and then the Youtube channel is quite confusing. And it is exactly the same when you want to delete a Google account or unsubscribe from Youtube. Therefore, we want to briefly explain where the differences are for you. First of all, there is your Google account. With this you can be on Youtube at the same time, watch videos and comment. Therefore, you do not need another Youtube account. A Youtube channel is more or less a sub-account, of which you can have several. This allows you to separate activities such as uploading videos or commenting on them. And if you want to delete your Youtube channel, you can find the solution here.
With the Youtube channel you do not delete your Google account:
By deleting the Youtube channel, which is a sub-account of your Google account, nothing happens to your Google account for the time being. You should keep that in mind. On the other hand, you don’t have to worry about accidentally deleting your entire YouTube account. The whole thing can be very confusing. If you still have questions after the tutorial, it is best to watch the video tutorial, because there you will see the result after the channel deletion.
- Go to Youtube
- Select the channel you want to delete in the upper right corner above your avatar
- Click on your avatar and on the cogwheel (in the new design directly on “Settings”)
- Go to “Advanced settings” on the left
- At the bottom you will find the button “Delete channel”
- Follow the last two steps
As you can see, there are several options. And if you really want to remove everything quickly, the easiest way is to delete your Google account. If the procedure changes in the near future, we will of course provide a new guide. We look forward to seeing you soon, even if you may only want to delete one Youtube account. If you have further questions, maybe other Youtube tutorials can help.
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