If you like to watch videos every day on YouTube without searching for them, this article will show you how to create a YouTube playlist using any video. It does not matter who downloaded the video – you can create a custom playlist and add the video.
Many people watch the same video or listen to the same music every day. There are two ways to get the same songs or the same videos on YouTube all the time. First, you can note all the video links and read them one by one manually. Second, you can create a playlist and bookmark it so you can play your favorite videos automatically. The best part of this tutorial is that you can do it without logging into your Google Account.
How to make a playlist on YouTube
To create a YouTube playlist with any video without logging in, follow these steps:
- Collect all video links
- Paste the ID of the video into a series
- Open the URL of the new playlist in a browser
To learn more about this tutorial, read on.
First of all, you have to collect all the video links because you need to have a unique video ID. A standard YouTube video URL looks like this:
The "ABCD" is a unique identifier included in each URL. You must write down all unique IDs one by one.
After that, you have to paste these credentials into the following URL:
http://www.youtube.com/watch_videos?video_ids=ABCD, XYZ, CDE
ABCD, XYZ, CDE, are three unique demo identifiers. If you put the credentials in this series, the ABCD video will be played first, the XYZ will be your second video, and so on.
You can include as many videos as you want in your playlist. A normal playlist looks like this-
You can find the repeat, loop and shuffle options. The only problem with this method is that you can not name a playlist. He will carry the "untitled list" as his name. However, the good news is that you can share the playlist with whoever you want via Facebook, Twitter, email, etc.
I hope this simple tip will help you.
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