Subtitle Editor Role Using Channel Permissions

Subtitles and captions let you share your videos with a broader audience – including deaf or hard-of-hearing viewers, or viewers who speak another language. With the Subtitle Editor Permissions role, you can invite users you trust to add subtitles to your videos, without giving them full channel access.
We’ll walk through how to invite people to become Subtitle editors, and what they’ll see in Studio. For a full tutorial on how to add subtitles & captions, check out this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rB9ql0L0cUQ

Check out these Help Center articles for more information:
https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/9481328
https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/11983512

0:00 Why use the Subtitle Editor Role?
0:31 Invite Subtitle Editors
1:06 What Subtitle Editors see in Studio
1:43 Set Up Your Videos for Subtitles & Captions
2:25 How to Add, Edit or Delete Subtitles & Captions

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Hey, Creators!

Let’s talk about the Subtitle Editor
role using Channel Permissions.

Subtitles and captions let you
share your videos with a broader audience

including deaf or hard-of-hearing viewers,
or viewers who speak another language.

And with this permissions role,
you can invite users you trust

to add subtitles to your videos,
without giving them full channel access.

We’ll walk through the full process, from
inviting people to become Subtitle Editors

to showing what they’ll see in Studio.

Let’s dive in.

To invite users to become Subtitle Editors

go to YouTube Studio,
then «Settings,» then «Permissions.»

Click «Invite.»

Then, enter the email address
of the person you want to invite

and choose «Subtitle Editor»
in the list of roles.

Then, click «Done.»

One you click «Save,»
an email invite will be sent to them.

The invite will expire after 30 days.

Make sure to only invite people
that you know and trust

because as the channel owner

you’ll take full responsibility
for the actions of any Subtitle Editors

who have access to your channel.

Now, let’s walk through

what the Subtitle Editors
will be able to see in Studio

and how you can ensure your videos
are set up for them to add subtitles.

The Subtitle Editor role is extremely limited
in terms of what the user can see in Studio.

Once a user accepts the invite,
they’ll land on the «Subtitles» tab in Studio

which is the only tab they’ll be able
to see at both your channel and video level.

They’ll be able to confirm that
they’re signed in as a Subtitle Editor

in the top-right corner

and no other information in Studio
will be available to them.

In the «Subtitles» tab,
they’ll see a list of videos

that are eligible
for them to add subtitles to.

Any of your Public or Unlisted videos
that have a default language set for them

will be shown in this list.

To set a language for your videos

go to YouTube Studio,
then «Settings,» then «Upload defaults.»

Under «Advanced settings,» go to
«Language and captions certification»

and set a video language.

This will apply to all of your new videos
and will make them eligible for subtitles.

Note that if you’re uploading
from the YouTube mobile app

you’ll need to complete this step
from a desktop device.

If you want to set a language
for your past videos

you can do so in Studio by going to «Content»

then selecting the videos you want to update

then clicking «Edit,» then «Video language.»

The Subtitle Editor will be able to see

this list of videos
that they can add subtitles to.

They can then click into a video to
add or edit new languages and subtitles.

Note that as the channel owner,
you’ll be able to edit or delete

any newly added or existing subtitles
after your Subtitle Editor has made changes.

For more information
about how to add subtitles

check out our full tutorial video
linked in the description.

Also note that if you’re using
a Brand Account for channel access

you’ll have to migrate to Channel Permissions
to take advantage of this role.

To learn more about
limitations with permissions

and for more information
about the Subtitle Editor role

check out the links in the description.

Thanks for watching.

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