If you are growing your YouTube channel, then it might be a great idea to add a manager to your YouTube channel
In this YouTube tutorial, we are going to show you how to add a Manager to a YouTube channel and everything else that is related to this.
What can a YouTube channel Manager do with a YouTube channel?
Before you would add a YouTube channel manager to the YouTube channel, you should learn what a YouTube channel Manager can do with the YouTube channel.
Here are the most important things a YouTube channel Manager will be able to do on and with a YouTube channel:
- YouTube Channel managers can view all YouTube channel data
- they can edit all channel details
- they can manage permissions, so they can add other people as YouTube channel managers or in other lower-level permission roles
- YouTube Channel managers can manage live streams
- can chat or moderate live chat within live control room
- upload or publish YouTube videos
- and last but not least YouTube Channel managers can delete YouTube videos.
So even if they can’t delete the YouTube channel, they can still delete all published YouTube videos. So make sure you add people as managers to a YouTube channels who you really trust as it is really difficult to recover deleted YouTube videos.
How to add a YouTube Channel Manager to a YouTube channel?
Here is how to add a manager to a YouTube channel:
- Sign in to YouTube Studio
- Click on ‘Settings’ in the left column
- Select ‘Permissions’
- Click on ‘Invite’
- Add the email address of the person
- Select ‘Manager’
- Click on ‘Done’
The person you have invited should now receive an official email from YouTube that he/she has been invited to the YouTube channel. She will have 30 days to accept the invitation and become the manager of the YouTube channel.
Can’t invite a manager to the YouTube channel
If you can’t add someone as a manager to the YouTube channel, here are the most common issues.
First, you have to be a YouTube channel owner or manager to be able to invite someone to a YouTube channel even if it is a lower-level channel role.
Secondly, there is a limit on how many managers you can invite to a YouTube channel.
Why does it make sense to add someone as a YouTube channel Manager?
When your YouTube channel is growing, it makes sense to build a team that helps you with any process of video creation process.
So when you hire your first video editor, producer, director, video uploader any kind of team member then it also makes sense to invite them to the YouTube channel so you don’t have to do everything with the channel.
However, keep in mind that there are other YouTube channel roles that might suit a person better with the right permission level so don’t add everyone as a manager to the YouTube channel.