How to Easily See Videos from Your Favorite YouTube Channels

If you're tired of scrolling through your YouTube feed and not finding any videos from the channels you've subscribed to, you're not alone. It seems like YouTube is more focused on recommending videos it thinks you might like, rather than showing you content from your favorite creators. As a YouTuber myself, I've noticed that we often get more views from YouTube's recommendations than from our own subscribers. While this may be beneficial for YouTube, it's frustrating for users who miss out on awesome videos from the channels they love.

But don't worry, there's a quick and easy way to see videos only from the YouTube channels you have subscribed to. Whether you're using a desktop or a mobile device, follow these steps to regain control over your YouTube feed.

Steps for Desktop

  1. Open in your browser and log in to your Google account.
  2. Click on the “Subscriptions” tab on the left side of the screen to see the latest videos from the channels you've subscribed to.
    Desktop Subscriptions
  3. Alternatively, you can bookmark this link – – and every time you click on it, it will take you directly to your YouTube page with videos from your subscribed channels.

Steps for Android and iPhone

On your mobile device, open the YouTube app and tap on the “Subscriptions” tab at the bottom of the screen to view videos from your subscribed channels.
Mobile Subscriptions
If you want quick access to the Subscriptions tab, you can create a home screen shortcut on Android phones running Android 7.1 or higher. Simply long-press the YouTube icon on your phone, then long-press the “Subscription” option from the pop-up menu. Drag the “Subscription” shortcut to your home screen, and you're all set. Unfortunately, this feature is not available on iOS devices, so iPhone users will have to manually open the YouTube app and tap on the Subscriptions option each time.

Bonus Tip: How to View All Your Subscribed Channels on YouTube

If you want to see a list of all the channels you're subscribed to, follow these steps:

  • On the YouTube website on desktop, click on the “Subscriptions” tab, then click on “Manage” at the top of the page to view all your subscribed channels.
    Desktop Manage Subscriptions

  • On Android and iPhone, go to the “Subscriptions” tab in the YouTube app, then tap on the arrow at the top to view your subscribed channels.
    Mobile Manage Subscriptions

Now you can easily keep track of all the channels you're subscribed to and never miss a video from your favorite creators again.

So go ahead and enjoy your YouTube experience by watching videos from the channels you love. And if you want to take it a step further, learn how to play YouTube videos in the background on your Android device.

Happy watching!