You can now schedule or instantly publish videos to YouTube using Statusbrew.
YouTube offers endless possibilities for growth and monetization but some companies are still struggling with it.
YouTube algorithm incentivizes you to publish consistently, but sometimes it might not be feasible. To ensure you don't miss out on your publishing routine, you can now schedule YouTube videos directly from Statusbrew.
Publishing YouTube Videos To Statusbrew
Here's a step-by-step guide that'll walk you through the process of publishing YouTube videos through Statusbrew.
Step 1: Uploading Video
- Start by selecting your YouTube channel from the profile selector
- Now switch over to the YouTube tab from Global by clicking on the YouTube icon next to the Global View
- Upload the video file and add your description
- You can easily drag and drop videos in the Statusbrew Compose or upload videos using the inbuilt asset manager or your preferred storage app.
- Videos are limited to 15 minutes in length for unverified YouTube users and 12 hours for verified YouTube users. The file size limit for videos uploaded from Statusbrew is 3 GB.
- After you upload your video, you get additional YouTube video options.
If you're unclear about the meaning of any setting, hover over the icon, and a description tooltip will appear.
Step 2: Uploading YouTube Shorts
You can also upload YouTube Shorts using Statusbew. To upload YouTube Shorts
- Your video's length should be less than 60 sec
- Add #Shorts at the end of the video description
- Follow the same procedure for scheduling or publishing as regular videos
Step 3: YouTube Video Options
- Start by entering YouTube video tags in a comma-separated manner.
- YouTube video tags are descriptive keywords you can add to your video to help viewers find your content.
- Next, select a Video category for your video. Choose a category type that best defines your video
- Now, choose the Video privacy, i.e., whether you want your video to be Public, Private, or Unlisted
- Additionally, you can also select to add your video to a playlist
Step 4: License rights & ownership
The next step is to select the license rights for your video.
- The 'standard YouTube License' means your video can only be accessed from YouTube for watching purposes and cannot be reproduced or distributed in any other form without your consent
- If you select the creative commons license, it is generally permitted to edit, recompile, change or alter the original video except for a few listed things
Step 5: Audience
You can then configure the audience options according to the content of the video.
Step 6: Scheduling
You can also leverage Statusbrew's internal features such as Tags, Watchers, or Approvals to enhance your Publishing workflows.
Tags - Use Tags (internal labels) to classify, filter & generate reports on your content.
Watchers - Users added as watchers get notifications of post-publishing activities.
Approvers - Users added as approvers are responsible for reviewing, approving, or rejecting outgoing posts.
Once done, choose to schedule the video for later or publish it instantly.