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Import videos from Google Photos to your YouTube channel

Update May 2015: you can now import videos from Google Photos to YouTube, both regular videos and automatic "Creations", whether you have a Google+ profile or not. Update June 2019: The new YouTube desktop video uploader (in beta) does not have the option to import videos from Google Photos. Uploading video to Google Photos is easy, especially using the Auto Backup option on your mobile device or desktop computer . You can even use Google Photos to combine images and video clips into your own movie creation . And you can use Google Photos to view, organize and edit videos uploaded to Google Drive. But Google Photos doesn't offer all the video editing, management and promotional tools you can find on YouTube. The solution?  Import your videos from Google Photos to your YouTube channel . I s your YouTube channel on your main Google account ? You can import any video uploaded to your main Google Account's Google Photos, including automatic movie Creations  an

Delete your Google+ YouTube Comments

Update March 2019: Consumer Google+ will shut down on April 2, 2019. All Google+ Pages and consumer Google+ Profiles will be deleted. This will not affect your YouTube channel or YouTube comments . However, if you are using an old version of the YouTube mobile app, from before September 2016, you will no longer be able to read, post or manage comments in the app - instead use in your mobile device's browser. If you posted a YouTube comment between November 6, 2013 and early August 2015, it's a Google+ comment. There are several ways you can delete Google+ YouTube comments on either your desktop computer or mobile device ( deleting old pre-Google+ comments is a bit more complicated ). You can delete (or edit) Google+ YouTube comments in one of several ways: Delete the YouTube comment post from your Google+ Page or Profile Delete the comment from the YouTube video watch page Use the Google+ app or YouTube app to delete your comment on your phone or tab

Delete your old pre-Google+ YouTube comments

Have you ever posted a YouTube comment that you now regret? One you want - or need - to delete? As long as you can sign into the YouTube channel that posted the comment, you can delete it. On November 6, 2013,  YouTube switched to the current Google+-based comment system . That means that if you have been active on YouTube for more than a year, you probably posted comments using the old legacy comment system. Pre-Google+ comments cannot be edited, or  directly replied to , but they can be deleted. How to delete your pre-Google+ Legacy YouTube comments You can delete old YouTube comments from a video's "ALL COMMENTS" page, as long as you are signed in as the channel that posted the comment. Just follow the step-by-step directions below on your desktop computer.