|A website for submitting, searching for, and watching unlisted YouTube videos.|
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In 2010, YouTube introduced a new option of unlisted videos. Unlisted videos are like the ordinary public videos but won’t appear in YouTube’s search results (except in playlists). Unlisted videos differ from private videos in that anyone can watch the video if they know the URL, or know of a webpage that links to or embeds that video.
There are various reasons for unlisting a video. Some official accounts of celebrities, bands, brands and organisations, might decide to unlist to allow their subscribers the first view of a new video, to declutter their channel, or provide a relatively hard to find ‘Easter egg’ or treat for their subscribers.
Some video uploaders might have their videos unlisted because they think the videos would be of little interest to those likely to stumble upon them through a search e.g. software tutorials, video game footage, animations etc. Some may decide to unlist for privacy reasons if the video is aimed solely at an individual, family, or organisation (such videos are not permitted on Unlisted Videos).
The following is a general guideline on what is and isn’t allowed Unlisted Videos.
Inserting the statement ‘BLOCK UNLISTEDVIDEOS.COM’ (lower case also works) into the YouTube description of an unlisted video, will block it from being submitted to Unlisted Videos.