Unfortunately, YouTube doesn’t allow you to see a complete list of all your subscribers. However, there are a few ways to see some of your subscribers:
- YouTube Studio: This is the easiest way to see your most recent subscribers. Log in to YouTube Studio and scroll down on the Dashboard until you see the Recent subscribers card. Click See all to expand the card and view a list of your recent subscribers (typically the last 28 days). You can even adjust the date range on the top to see who subscribed within a specific timeframe. Keep in mind: This list only shows subscribers who have their subscription list publicly visible.
- Member mentions section in comments: Some viewers choose to mention they’re your subscriber in the comments of your videos. You can find these mentions by viewing the Member mentions tab under the comment section of your videos.
- YouTube Analytics: While you can’t see a complete list of subscribers, YouTube Analytics provides insights into your subscriber demographics, including location, age, and gender. This information can be helpful for understanding your audience and tailoring your content accordingly.
- Third-party tools: Some third-party tools claim to offer subscriber lists, but be cautious as these tools might violate YouTube’s terms of service and may not be reliable. Always prioritize official YouTube tools to avoid compromising your channel or data.
Here are some additional things to keep in mind:
- Privacy settings: Some users choose to keep their subscriptions private, so they won’t appear in any lists even if they’re subscribed to your channel.
- Large channels: If you have a large channel (millions of subscribers), seeing individual subscribers becomes impractical. It’s better to focus on overall subscriber growth and engagement metrics.