Keep an eye on the progression of your YouTube channel with the “Realtime” feature. This exciting tool is back after YouTube took it off 2 years ago. You can now anticipatedly watch the numbers tick up and down and track your channel’s progress. Here’s how you can see your real-time subscriber count on YouTube.
To see your subscriber count,
- Sign in to YouTube Studio
- Click on Analytics in the left menu
- Look for the “Realtime” section on the right side of your screen. Under this section, you can “See Live Count”. Click See Live Count to access a graph with larger, more detailed information.
Below your live count, you can also find information on your channel views along with a detailed graph of the same. Not only that, but you also get to see the number of returning viewers. With this information, you can then decide which videos are successful and which ones could use some work.
To better understand, watch this tutorial:
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