Creating a channel on YouTube for your google account

Creating a channel on YouTube for your google account



Creating a channel on YouTube for your google account

Before you can upload to YouTube using your Google account you must create a channel on YouTube by following these steps:

  1. Go to http://youtube.com and make sure you are logged in with correct account by clicking on the account icon in the upper right corner:
       

  2. Next click on this link and fill out the form https://www.youtube.com/create_channel
  3. Now you can add this account to upload you videos to YouTube.

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