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How to See Who Subscribed to Your YouTube Channel
It's a fantastic feeling when somebody subscribes to your channel. But which viewers hit that big, red button? And do they have large, popular channels of their own?
Who Subscribed to Your YouTube Channel?
Follow these steps to see a list of recent YouTube subscribers:
1. Log into YouTube, click your profile icon, and go to the YouTube Studio.
2. Scroll down until you see the Recent Subscribers panel. Click See All.
3. A pop-up window will appear showing your recent subscribers. Adjust the date range at the top to see who subscribed in the last seven days, month, 90 days, year, or the life of your channel.
On this panel, you will see a recent subscriber's:
- channel name
- profile icon
- subscription date
- subscriber count (on their channel)
Creators with the most subscribers appear at the top of the list. But you can click the Date Subscribed or Subscriber Count tabs to filter the list as you please.
Want to visit a subscriber's channel? The profile icons are clickable, so simply click one to go to that creator's homepage. If you already know the creator, there's an option to subscribe to their channel, which is a nice short cut.
Bear in mind that new subscribers will only be displayed here if they've set their account to public. So you probably have more subscribers than this panel will show.
More YouTube Subscriber Insights
Need more information about your subscribers? Download vidIQ to get instant access to robust subscriber data.
As you browse YouTube, our chrome extension will show you:
- How many subscribers a commenter (underneath any video) has gained on their channel.
- How many subscribers a channel has, when viewed in YouTube search results.
- You can even set a filter to pick out channels with a certain number of subscribers.
Want to take things to the next level? Our Subscriber Analysis tool tells you which videos your subscribers watch on YouTube and the channels they're subscribed to. This gives you more data about the type of content your audience likes so you can make better videos.
Ready to learn even more about you audience? Read this post to see your live, real-time subscriber count.