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How to Find and View Your Entire YouTube Subscription history (2022)

Find out when you subscribed to certain channels using these easy methods.

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If you use YouTube frequently and actively subscribe to new channels all the time, you must have wondered when you subscribed to your favourite channels. While the YouTube app or webpage does not show you the date when you subscribed to a particular channel, there are a few tricks for finding your entire YouTube subscription history. In this article, we show you how to find and view your entire YouTube subscription history.

Read Also: How to stop YouTube from saving your search history?

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Table of Contents

Use Google ‘My Activity’ to view your Youtube subscription history

Step 1: Open myactivity.google.com on your web browser.

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Step 2: Select ‘Other Activity’ from the side menu panel.

Select ‘Other Activity’ from the side menu panel. view youtube subscription history

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Step 3: Scroll down and click on ‘View Subscriptions’ under YouTube channel subscriptions.

Step 3: Scroll down and click on ‘View Subscriptions’ under YouTube channel subscriptions. view youtube subscription history

You will be able to see the exact date and time when you subscribed to a particular channel. Channels will be listed in reverse chronological order, with the most recently subscribed channel appearing first.

Use a third-party tool

One of the most popular third-party tools to view your YouTube subscription history is xxluke. Here’s how you can view your YouTube subscription history using xxluke.

Step 1: Click your profile icon on the YouTube webpage and select Settings.

Step 1: Click your profile icon on the YouTube webpage and select Settings. view youtube subscription history

Step 2: From the side menu panel, select Privacy.

Step 3: Make your subscriptions public by turning the toggle bar off for ‘Keep my subscriptions private’.

Step 3: Make your subscriptions public by turning the toggle bar off for ‘Keep my subscriptions private’.

Step 4: Click on the profile icon on the YouTube webpage again and select ‘Your Channel’.

Step 4: Click on the profile icon on the YouTube webpage again and select ‘Your Channel’.

Step 5: Copy the link from the address bar and paste it to the query box in xxluke.de and hit ‘Continue’.

Step 5: Copy the link from the address bar and paste it to the query box in xxluke.de and hit ‘Continue’.

xxluke will list your subscriptions in reverse chronological order, with the date when you subscribed to them.

Bonus Tip: How to download a YouTube video to my device?

If you want to download a YouTube video to your device, simply log on to ytb.rip and enter the YouTube video link in the download box. The website will download the video in mp4 format to your device.

Read Also: How to access your Google Search history and delete all activity

This is how you can find and view your entire YouTube subscription history. If you want to manage your subscriptions simply go to Subscriptions>Manage. You can unsubscribe from channels or restrict their notification alerts. If you want to watch YouTube videos while working on other Chrome tabs, read our guide here.

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