YouTube: Watch, Listen, Stream

Contact YouTube: Watch, Listen, Stream

Published by on 2020-01-08

Make watching your favorite videos easier with the YouTube app. Explore brand new content, music, news and more with the official YouTube app for iPhone and iPad. Discover even more with the official YouTube app. Subscribe to channels with your favo...


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How to Contact YouTube: Watch, Listen, Stream


YouTube: Watch, Listen, Stream Contact Information

Listed below are our top recommendations on how to get in contact with YouTube: Watch, Listen, Stream. We make eduacted guesses on the direct pages on their website to visit to get help with issues/problems like using their site/app, billings, pricing, usage, integrations and other issues. You can try any of the methods below to contact YouTube: Watch, Listen, Stream. Discover which options are the fastest to get your customer service issues resolved..
The following contact options are available: Pricing Information, Support, General Help, and Press Information/New Coverage (to guage reputation).



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Common YouTube: Watch, Listen, Stream Issues


  • By silver.&.silent
    1

    Why change the 3 dots button????

    I would use this ALL the time to state if a video is not interesting or if I want to save for later. Now it is super small and you have to hold it down for that same menu to come up, turning an action that used to take no time at all into a frustrating and time consuming experience. If you tap on the three dots it just plays the video, what sense does that make if I’m trying to access the menu. This change happened without me even updating the app itself. Please change this back, there was no reason to do that. Also when a video finishes playing the next recommended videos pop up on the bottom of the screen making it hard to access the full screen button, so when I am trying to go in or out of full screen I almost always inadvertently press another video and then have to go all the way back out to get to what I was watching. Does anyone actually test these “features” before they are pushed out? ETA I just updated the app on my iPad and now the search doesn’t work, this is like a horrible joke. Rollback this update I can’t find anything useful about it.



  • By wet pomegranate
    1

    Great, Until-

    It’s great, until you realize that this app is supposedly “17+” rated, yet steals add revenue from its own creators, because they said something the moderators didn’t like. And as soon as the creators apply for an appeal for their video, that they spent hours making, it takes months for it to be even looked at, and at that point, all the possible revenue these people could have earned is gone. They’re also extremely biased. I’ve seen many channels I’ve watched taken down for little to no reason, yet showing a dead body on screen to make money off impressionable small children is acceptable? It took three days for that video to be removed, which is absolutely ridiculous considering if it was any other channel who had posted it, they would have the video removed instantly, and probably would have had their channel taken down. Also, bring back the recommendations when watching the videos. I can’t even think of a reason why they’d remove that feature, but I guess they just want to steal even more money from innocent creators who are trying to make a living.



  • By DromeDru
    3

    Shouldn't the Top Comment be the one with the most thumbs up?

    I'm loving the app and the new design to the comments are pretty good, though it will take some time to get used to. The only thing I have against it, still, was being able to view the Top Comments of a video versus the Newest Comments. The Newest Comments were easy to view and were up-to-date on the app, comments posted like "45 seconds ago" and "9 seconds ago" were cool to see. However, Top Comments were all over the place as the Top Comment (after pressing the Top Comments option three times) would result in a comment with several hundred likes, while a comment further down would have several thousand. Maybe that Top Comment (with the several hundred likes) was gaining "likes" rapidly that the app couldn't pick up, or maybe the Top Comments option needs more work. I do not know, but it definitely would be a idea to go that way. It would give the app a cooler angle of getting people to view videos, kind of like Reddit's system of karma if you need more convincing.


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