How to See When You Subscribed to a YouTube Channel

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How to See When You Subscribed to a YouTube Channel

Do you want to know when you subscribed to a YouTube channel?

The platform doesn’t tell you this because you can’t sort your subscriptions by date.

You’ll need a third-party app to see the exact date you subscribed to a YouTube channel.

Even if you go to the Subscriptions page and sort them, there are no “Newest” or “Oldest” tags.

This guide will show you how to see when you subscribe to a YouTube channel.

How to know when you subscribed to a YouTube Channel?

To see when you subscribed to a YouTube Channel, you’ll need to use “xxluke.de”, a third-party tool.

  1. Tap on your profile picture
  2. Select “Your Channel”
  3. Tap on the pen icon
  4. Toggle off the “Keep all my subscriptions private” option
  5. Copy your channel’s link
  6. Go to “xxluke.de” and paste in your channel’s link

Keep reading to find out more about finding your YouTube subscription history.

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How to See When You Subscribed to a YouTube Channel

How Can You See When You Subbed to a YouTube Channel?

You’ll need to use “xxluke.de”, a third-party tool. It’ll let you see when you subbed to a YouTube channel.

But first, you need to make your subscriptions public.

This is because the tool needs to access your subscriptions’ data and retrieve the dates.

It can’t do that if YouTube is keeping them private.

Follow the steps below to make your subscriptions public:

  • Tap on your profile picture
Tap on your YouTube profile picture
Tap on your YouTube profile picture

When you open YouTube, you’ll land on the main page.

In the top-right corner, you’ll see your profile picture.

Tap on that to open the options menu.

  • Select “Your Channel”
Select “Your Channel”
Select “Your Channel”

In the Menu, you’ll see several options like “Turn on Incognito”, “Add Account”, “Your Channel, and more.

Tap on “Your Channel to your channel and find the YouTube subscription options.

  • Tap on the pen icon
Tap on the pen icon
Tap on the pen icon

Once you get to your channel page, you should see the name of your channel at the top.

Below it, you’ll find the YouTube subscriber count, your YouTube video count, and several options.

The “Manage Videos” button has two other buttons to its right.

One shows a graph, and the other shows a pen.

Tap on the Pen icon to edit your channel settings.

  • Toggle off the “Keep all my subscriptions private” option
Toggle off the “Keep all my subscriptions private” option
Toggle off the “Keep all my subscriptions private” option

In the picture above, the option is already toggled off.

When it’s off, it should be gray and not black.

The “Keep all my saved playlists private” option is toggled on for comparison’s sake.

You want your subscriptions to be public, so the “private” option should remain gray (toggled off).

Next, you need to copy your channel’s link.

  • Copy your channel’s link
Copy your channel’s link
Copy your channel’s link

To do this, go to “Your Channel (like the steps above, and tap on the three-dot menu in the top-right corner.

Then, a new menu will appear with several options, including “Share”, “Settings”, and more.

YouTube Share
YouTube Share

Select “Share”. It’s the first option in the menu list.

This will allow you to share the link (or copy it) for the final step in this guide.

Now, tap on “Copy Link” in the new Share menu.

Tap on “Copy Link” in the new Share menu
Tap on “Copy Link” in the new Share menu

You’re ready for the final step after you’ve copied the link to your channel.

  • Go to “xxluke.de” and paste in your channel’s link
Go to “xxluke.de” and paste in your channel’s link
Go to “xxluke.de” and paste in your channel’s link

You can find this online tool with any browser.

Search for “xxluke.de YouTube subscription” on Google, and you’ll find it.

Then, paste your YouTube channel’s link in the appropriate field, and tap on “Continue.

Wait for several seconds, and the tool will list all your subscriptions on YouTube with dates attached to them.

YouTube subscription history
YouTube subscription history

The list will show the most recent subscriptions at the top, with the oldest ones at the bottom.

The tool won’t work if all your YouTube subscriptions are private.

First, you need to make them public (they are public by default) and then use the tool.

This will show you each subscription’s day, month, and year, starting with the most recent ones.

That’s it!

Conclusion

You might want to know when you subscribed to a particular channel on YouTube.

The reason doesn’t matter. YouTube doesn’t let you know that, so you’ll need to use a third-party tool.

Make your subscriptions public first. Go to “Your Channel – Edit – Toggle off “Keep all my subscriptions private”.

Then, copy your channel’s link and copy it to xxluke.de and hit “Continue”.

You’ll receive a list of all your YouTube subscriptions with dates for every subscription and see your YouTube subscription history.

FAQ

Is xxluke.de a safe website?

Yes, it is. The website has an active SSL certificate, a must for all professional websites.

Moreover, YouTube officially recognizes it as a helpful tool showing you when you subscribe to a YouTube channel.

It won’t steal your data or anything of the sort. All you do is enter your YouTube channel’s link and nothing more.

You don’t need to log in or put in any confidential information about yourself.

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Alex Popa

My name is Alex and I have a knack for social media in all its shapes and forms. I’ve dealt with such things for quite some time and I noticed that many people have issues with social media and technicalities.

Unforeseen errors, bugs, and other problems make their use of social media problematic. These things will be discussed amply in the guides on Whizcase.

I'll present the facts as they are, and offer quick and easy solutions for them.

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