YouTube is a giant video platform that allows you to watch a video on pretty much any topic you’re interested in. Billions of videos have been uploaded to YouTube so finding a video on a topic shouldn’t be a difficult task. YouTube is made both for creators as well as consumers who want to watch videos.
After watching a video, you can engage easily, by linking, commenting, saving, disliking, and subscribing. When you subscribe to your favorite channels, their videos come up in your recommended list so that you can view them without having to visit their channel each time. After watching a video, you can like it or dislike it. When you dislike a video, nothing happens but YouTube knows that you have no interest in seeing the video again.
When you like a video, however, YouTube knows that you have an interest in the video, and it places it in the like folder for you to potentially see again. If you’ve been on YouTube for a while, then you’ve probably like 1000s of videos. Some only like videos they really like and would watch over and over again so that when they go back to their like playlist, they won’t see average videos that they liked only because the creator told them to.
1. Open YouTube.
2. Tap on Library in the lower-right corner of the screen.
3. Under Playlists, select Liked videos.
4. You’ll see a list of all the videos you’ve ever liked on YouTube. You’ll be able to see a count of how many videos are in here.
1. Go to YouTube in your web browser. If you aren’t signed in, you’ll need to sign in. Only accounts can like videos so if you aren’t logged in you won’t be able to like anything.
2. Under Library in the left column, select Liked videos. If you can’t see the menu on the left column, tap on the three horizontal lines in the upper left corner.
3. Here, you’ll see a list of all the videos you’ve ever liked on YouTube. You can select Play All and the playlist will start playing all the videos you’ve list.
Tip: You can also see how many videos you’ve liked on the left, the number of times it’s been viewed (if it’s private, this is how many times you’ve viewed it,) and when the last video was liked.