Stop YouTube from Showing Liked Videos in Twitter

Edited by Djinu, VisiHow, Eng, Alma

You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we're going to show how to stop YouTube from publishing videos you liked onto connected accounts.


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Steps

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    In this video, our page reads: "I liked a @YouTube video from". Twitter then lists the video description and a link.
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    To stop this from happening, we go to the YouTube account page
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    If you are on the "Connected accounts" page, skip steps 3-5.
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    We click our profile icon in the top-right corner
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    We click the "YouTube settings" cog icon
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    We click "Connected accounts"
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    Uncheck "Like a video or save a playlist"
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    We can see that Twitter is a connected account. We can leave "Upload video" and "Add video to public playlist" checked.
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    We click "Save"
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    Now, when we click "Like" under a video, it will no longer be published onto our Twitter account.
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Video: Stop YouTube from Showing Liked Videos in Twitter

Questions and Answers

Well it seems twitter can post on my account how do I stop that?

Even if you unclick that button they have the power to post on my account. Even if the box is unchecked they can still post it seems

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Categories : Social Network

Recent edits by: Eng, VisiHow, Djinu

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