How to Copy Someone Else’s YouTube Playlist?
Learn how to copy any existing YouTube playlist, which you own or do not own, in your YouTube account.
YouTube has a large and dedicated community of users who are working diligently to organize this growing database of video in playlists that make the YouTube experience more enjoyable.
Looking for the most inspiring Steve Jobs speeches on YouTube? Nursery rhyme video to entertain your child? TV ads from the 1950s? You do not need to find different videos because some YouTube users have already moved the relevant video to the playlist, which you can click on any device with the click.
How To Copy Another YouTube User’s YouTube Playlist?
Like everything else on the web, you can disappear without a favorite YouTube playlist warning – this can happen when the YouTube user manually removes the playlist or YouTube’s copyright infringement decides to close its account. When a YouTube account goes away, the user’s playlist goes away too.
So, if you really like YouTube playlists, the best part is that you can clone that YouTube playlist in your YouTube account. It’s like saving the exact copy of a web page on your disk – if the original disappears, you are not impressed.
The previous version of YouTube included an easy feature to copy the video playlist, but it seems that they left it earlier this year. There is no problem because there is a new web tool – Copy YouTube playlist – which will allow you to copy any playlist to your account.
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To get started, sign in with your YouTube account and let the app access your YouTube account. Now enter any YouTube playlist URL (this way) and set the privacy of your new clone playlist – it can be either public or private (you can only see it).
When you press the submit button, that playlist will be copied into your own YouTube account in 5 seconds. The tool uses the YouTube API and the source code is available at ctrlq.org.