How to Report a Video on YouTube
YouTube allows users to flag potentially objectionable content. If you find that a video violates YouTube’s policies, or is otherwise inappropriate for the site, you can easily report it by following these steps:
Step 1: Find the Video
Find the video you would like to report. Make sure you open the video page and not the channel page.
Step 2: Flag the Video
Once you are on the video page, click the three dots on the bottom right corner of the video. This will open a drop-down menu. Select ‘Flag as inappropriate’.
Step 3: Checkmark Your Reasons for Reporting
The Flag as inappropriate page will open with a series of checkboxes. Select any applicable checkboxes that best explain why you are reporting this video. Make sure you select the appropriate option to correctly submit your report.
Step 4: Add Additional Details
If you feel it is necessary, you can add additional details to your report by clicking the ‘Add Additional Details’ link underneath the checkboxes. This is an optional step if you feel that it is important information needed to process your report.
Step 5: Submit Your Report
After you have reviewed your submission, click ‘Submit’. Your report will now be sent to YouTube moderators for review.
Flagging videos on YouTube is easy. All it takes is a few simple steps to ensure that malicious or inappropriate content is reported and removed from the site. Make sure to follow the steps listed above to properly submit a report, and help make YouTube a safer place.
5. Is there any way to provide additional evidence for the video report on YouTube?
Yes, you can provide additional evidence for the video report on YouTube by adding a transcript, photos, supporting documents or other evidence to the video. You can also include links to websites and online sources that provide additional information about the video’s content. Additionally, you can use YouTube’s annotation feature to provide additional context or information.
1. What information is needed for reporting a video on YouTube?
In order to report a video on YouTube, the user needs to provide a valid reason and evidence to support the report. This can include links to other videos or websites that verify the concern, details of any violations such as copyrighted material, personal information, and other details. The user must also provide their contact information such as their email address and username, as well as their full name, in order to help YouTube address the issue.
4. Is there a limit to how many videos one can report on YouTube?
No, there is no limit to how many videos one can report on YouTube. However, reporting a video takes time and effort and YouTube suggests users only report videos that violate the website’s Community Guidelines.
2. How can one determine if a video is violating YouTube policies?
To determine if a video is violating YouTube policies, you can use the YouTube reporting tools to report the video and provide details about why it might be in violation of their policies. YouTube will review the report and make a decision about whether the video is in violation of their policies. Additionally, you can review the YouTube Community Guidelines to help identify videos that could be in violation of the guidelines.
3. What happens after submitting a report for a YouTube video?
After submitting a report for a YouTube video, YouTube reviews the report and takes action based on their Community Guidelines and policies. This can range from taking the video down to simply leaving a warning on the video.