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How To Give BeliefMedia Access To Your YouTube Brand Account

There may be occasions where you are required to give BeliefMedia access to your YouTube account. If you're a managed client, access will almost certainly be required. While Yabber provides facilities to upload YouTube videos and manage your channel, we may still require access in order to simultaneously add multiple videos without breaking any upload limit.

This FAQ will details the process of assigning Belief with access to your YouTube brand account.

  1. YouTube Settings

Navigate your way to your YouTube channel. In the left menu you will see the 'Settings' option. Select it.

YouTube Channel Settings

  Pictured: Navigate your way to your YouTube channel. In the left menu you will see the 'Settings' option. Select it.

  2. Channel Managers

You will be presented with a screen that includes a large number of options. Select the option that says "Add or remove manager(s)".

YouTube Add or Remove Managers

  Pictured: You will be presented with a screen that includes a large number of options. Select the option that says "Add or remove manager(s)".

  3. Brand User Permissions

The next screen will usually return as shown. You will be presented with an option to change user roles, invite, and remove users. Select the blue 'Manage Permissions' button.

YouTube Add or Remove Managers

  Pictured: The next screen will usually return as shown. You will be presented with an option to change user roles, invite, and remove users. Select the blue 'Manage Permissions' button.

  4. Verify Your Identity

At this point, YouTube will likely ask you for your login again, and they'll likely ask that you verify your access via some method of two-factor authentication, such as a message on your phone, email, or text message.

YouTube Login Security

  Pictured: At this point, YouTube will likely ask you for your login again, and they'll likely ask that you verify your access via some method of two-factor authentication, such as a message on your phone, email, or text message.

The hoops are no different to those you will be required to jump through to any of your Google services.

  5. Add Users

You will be presented with a panel showing existing users (you will be listed as the 'Primary User').

YouTube Manage Permissions Add

  Pictured: At this point, YouTube will likely ask you for your login again, and they'll likely ask that you verify your access via some method of two-factor authentication, such as a message on your phone, email, or text message.

Click the user icon towards the top right. It is here where you will be required to add the following two emails.

  • martykhoury
  • baudille

Both emails will be followed by @gmail.com

YouTube Manage Permissions Invite

  Pictured: Enter the martykhoury and baudille Gmail addresses. Ensure you click 'INVITE'.

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  Revoking Access

When access to your account is no longer required, you may follow the steps above but instead remove us as users. We will require access throughout the course of any managed program and prefer not to maintain any level of access when it's not required.

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