For a big account with a lot of settings, such as a business account, the process could become complex. Therefore, to save time, once you try to edit the account settings manually, it might be simpler to use a third-party tool. One such tool is Tubebuddy, which can help you transfer subscriptions to a new account.
But if you want to move the data from your old account to a new one, you can do this too using tabs and cookies in Chrome. Open a new tab and sign in to your YouTube account. Click the menu icon at the top of the screen and select Settings. Here, enable the option \"Manage cookies for this site\" and check the box \"Saving signed in state for https://www.youtube.com\".
You can make it much easier to move your channels if you don't have a lot of them. You are probably using only one account per channel, so it's pretty simple to transfer it. Start by clicking your profile picture and selecting \"Sign out.\" Your account will no longer be linked to any other account, but you will keep all your subscriptions and play history.
Go back to your Facebook account. In the upper right-hand corner, find \"Settings\". Click the three dots on the right-hand side and select \"Accounts and privacy\". Click on the \"Manage cookies for this site\" notification at the bottom. Turn on the box next to YouTube. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click \"Saving signed in state for signin.google.com\" to make your changes. 7211a4ac4a