As of 2014, YouTube is an official subsidiary of Google. Prior to being purchased by the much larger corporate entity of Google, YouTube operated as an independent limited liability company.
To create a YouTube account from the website, create a username, upload a photo, connect a social media account and choose categories for videos. Choosing settings, adding information and uploading the first video are the last steps to setting up a YouTube account.
Users who have a Google account already have a YouTube account since it is part of the Google family of websites and services. Create a Google account by visiting Google.com and selecting sign in, then create account. Sign in to YouTube using your Google account in order to watch videos, save favori
As of 2015, no account is needed to watch videos on YouTube. A YouTube account does, however, allow users to access additional features, such as saving a video for later viewing, subscribing to channels to receive regular updates and setting up a personal YouTube homepage.
YouTube is the largest online video sharing platform. Users create accounts and upload videos. Most of the content is free; however, there are channels that charge a fee for streaming movies and showing live events.
A YouTube account is only necessary to watch adult-rated content on YouTube; all other videos can be viewed without an account. However, users who register for YouTube accounts have access to many features that non-registered visitors do not. Those with existing Google accounts can use their account
Get the activation code for the YouTube application on a television by first signing in to a YouTube or Google account on the television and then visiting YouTube.com/Activate. Select the account to be used if prompted, and then enter the activation code from the YouTube application.
The best way to find someone's Youtube channel is by searching directly on Youtube with the built-in search bar. The search brings up the channel you are looking for as well as videos related to the search.
The "My Accounts" page on Google collects personal and sign in information, recent activity, account tools and connected applications and services. Through the page, a person has the ability to delete content and change the accessibility of certain applications and programs.