Save playlists to your Library

You can add playlists that you've created, playlists that other Creators have made, and videos you've added to Watch Later to Library. Adding playlists to your Library allows you to easily find and view them later.

If you own a playlist, you can publicly add it to your Library so that your viewers can add it to their own Libraries. You can update your privacy settings to remove your playlists from view. By doing this, you can still see saved playlists in your channel, but other viewers won't.

Follow the instructions below for the YouTube app or mobile site.

YouTube app

Add a playlist to your Library

From a channel page

  1. Tap the PLAYLISTS tab to view playlists for that channel.
  2. Tap More next to the playlist details.
  3. Tap Save to library.

While watching a video

If you're watching a video that's part of a playlist, you'll see the playlist name at the bottom of the video player. 

  1. Tap the drop-down and Add  to add the playlist to your Library.
  2. You'll see a check  when the playlist is saved to your account.

To remove the playlist, tap the check 

View playlists you've added to your Library

To view playlists you’ve saved and created, go to the Library tab .

If the instructions above don't work, you probably haven't received the new version of this feature, which is slowly launching to all users. Please use the instructions below.

You can view playlists you've added to Library and created by tapping the Account tab  in the YouTube app. 

Mobile site

Add a playlist to your Library

While watching a video

If you're watching a video that's part of a playlist, you'll see the playlist name at the bottom of the video player. 

  1. Tap the drop-down and Add  to add the playlist to your Library.
  2. You'll see a check  when the playlist is saved to your account.

To remove the playlist, tap the check

View playlists you've added to Library

You can view playlists you've added to your Library and created by tapping the Account tab  on the YouTube mobile site. 

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