YouTube is forever recommending videos for you whether it’s in your dashboard or next to the video you’re already watching. In theory, these recommendations are based on your viewing habits and you’re only directed to videos you’re interested in.
How do you get YouTube to stop recommending videos I don’t want?
Just click the three-dot menu on a video and hit Not interested to tell YouTube that you don’t care about that topic. On the homepage, you can also click Don’t recommend channel if you want to avoid all recommendations from that uploader.
How do I stop YouTube from recommending the same videos over and over?
Clear watch history: Click on the user icon at the top-right of your mobile YouTube app and head over to settings. Next, head to “History and privacy” where you will see a “Clear watch history” option.
How do I get rid of YouTube recommendations?
Disabling recommended videos is a simple task:
- Log in to your channel.
- Navigate to a recommended video you wish to remove.
- Press the three vertical dots right under the video.
- Choose the “Not interested” option in the next menu to remove the recommended video.
How do I turn off recommended videos on YouTube 2020?
Create a new YouTube channel for videos for the videos where you don’t want to show any related videos at the end. Set all of these videos to “UNLISTED”. Append “rel=0″ to the end of the YouTube share URL. The “rel-0” tells YouTube to only show related videos in the channel of origin.
Why does YouTube keep recommending videos Ive already watched?
Originally Answered: Why is YouTube recommending videos I already watched? YouTube announced publicly that they will show you a video that you already watched because it is likely that you will watch it again. Think about it. They can offer you that video and they know that you like it, guaranteed.
How do I change my YouTube recommendations without an account?
The following are the most effective options that you have when you want to delete your recommended videos on YouTube while you are not signed in:
- Option 1: Clear all of YouTube’s cookies (for Google Chrome users only) …
- Option 2: Clear your browser’s cache and delete all stored cookies.