How to Change Name on YouTube
Do you have a YouTube channel? Does your original YouTube name prevent you from receiving new subscribers? Changing your YouTube name is all you need to get more followers, ahead. Here’s a simple solution.
It does not require much for people to make change. All you need is to follow some simple steps that will not take you more than five minutes to finish. Here we go.
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Step-1. Sign in to your account by logging in first. To do this, find the logon button. It’s in the top right corner of YouTube‘s home page. Enter the relevant information.
Step-2. The next step is to go to the page that contains the channel overview. Click on the thumbnail and the “Settings” button that will appear later.
Step-3. On the Account Overview page, sign in to Google+ by clicking “Edit in Google”. Clicking this link will move you to your Google+ profile page. Now you’re ready to implement a name change.
Step-4. In the provided boxes, enter the desired changes to your name. You can use your name and surname for this or anything else you have in mind. To offer you options you can also choose to combine your nickname with your real name or just add your nickname to the box provided.
Step-5. You must configure the edit by selecting the options displayed by the drop-down arrows next to the “Show name” label. When the options are over, finish the process by pressing the OK button.
Remember that the change implemented in your YouTube account will also affect your other Google Accounts. You might want to have a quick check on that to make sure everything is the way you want it to be.
A couple of things to keep in mind before making the change:
- One, Google does not allow users to change their name several times in a single session. You pay to have a pencil and ready paper and have a list of catchy names already prepared in advance.
- Two, you can not rename an existing URL. Some suggest that you use the custom URL option for this, but that requires some strict compliance. Another option to try is to clear your current channel and create a new one. This way, you can use the desired URL name on a channel you just created.