Shared Editing Rights for Online Presenters YouTube Channel

The Online Presenters YouTube channel is now set up as owned by a Google “brand account” rather than an individual. This allows multiple members to upload and edit video content using their own password.

Here is how that works:

If you have been named as one of the account managers, you should get an invitation that looks like this:

Invitation to manage the youtube channel

Once you have accepted the invitation, you may see a prompt when you visit YouTube (while logged into your Google account) asking which role you want to play – yourself or the club account.

YouTube asks which role you want to play

You can switch between roles at any time using the menu in the upper right hand corner:

Switching roles

So the process is:

  • Switch to using YouTube in the brand account persona
  • Upload your video (click the arrow pointing up at the top of the screen)
  • Switch back to your own account

This should be a little less clumsy that sharing a password for a single account.

Author: David F. Carr

Founder of Online Presenters and of the WordPress for Toastmasters project. Past President and member of Club Awesome in Coral Springs, Florida. Also former Area Governor, District Social Media Director. Outside of Toastmasters: writer, editor, and digital marketing consultant. He currently works as a Senior Insights Manager for Similarweb, the digital intelligence platform. Formerly an editor at publications including InformationWeek, Baseline Magazine, Internet World, and WebWeek, and a contributor to VentureBeat and The Enterprisers Project. Master Privacy Policy