iPhone YouTube app playlists not shown on main YouTube site! How to correct this?

  Jwbjnwolf 05 Sep 11
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I regularly access YouTube from within the YouTube app on my iPod touch, so I have created quite a number of playlists, and I have become quite annoyed that they have not shown up on my profile page on the main desktop site.

Is there a quick and easy way to get all the videos onto my profile page?

Hope this is the right PCA forum as I am newish to youtube.

  Jwbjnwolf 06 Sep 11

Nothing then?

  Graphicool1 06 Sep 11

Try...HERE

  Jwbjnwolf 06 Sep 11

tried there

no reply there yet

  Jwbjnwolf 06 Sep 11

oh yea, do you try voting for yourself?

youtube, and other places I find so funny they allow you to, but amusing seeing 'You can't vote for yourself!"

anyway, back to topic, ???

  Jwbjnwolf 07 Sep 11

Nobody got an idea then? Not even one response on google/YouTube help

  Jwbjnwolf 08 Sep 11

Still no ideas then? I will ask at computer active and answers.com when I have time unless someone answers before hand.

What good is google/YouTube help site if having not even one reply?

  Woolwell 08 Sep 11

I think that it may only be possible through iTunes. Not done it and have no wish to do so but Google searches seem to indicate that this is the only way.

  Jwbjnwolf 08 Sep 11

You seem to of done better then with google searches to get as much info as what you said, as I cannot seem to find anything even a bit related no matter how I phrase it.

  Woolwell 08 Sep 11

I think that following further searches then my previous answer was incorrect. I can find many ways of downloading playlists but not uploading them. I suspect that it is not possible.

  Jwbjnwolf 08 Sep 11

annoying that they have done the youtube iPhone app like this, that what ever playlists you create do not show up on your actual profile on the main site.

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