How to Unsubscribe from all YouTube Channels at Once

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In this simple tutorial, I will mention a simple way to unsubscribe from all YouTube channels at once. There can be many reasons why you would want to unsubscribe all channels such as:

  • To clear out your subscriptions list. If you’ve been subscribed to YouTube channels for a long time, your subscriptions list may be cluttered with channels that you no longer watch. Unsubscribing from all of these channels can help declutter your subscriptions list and make it easy to keep channels you are actually interested in.
  • To reduce the number of notifications you receive. When you’re subscribed to a lot of YT channels, it’s obvious you’ll receive a lot of video notifications. To get rid of too many notifications, you can simply unsubscribe from all the channels to have some peace.
  • To improve your YouTube recommendations. YouTube’s recommendation algorithm is based on the channels that you’re subscribed to. If you unsubscribe from all of the channels that you don’t watch, YouTube will have a better understanding of your interests and will be able to recommend more relevant videos to you.

Normally if you try to go and unsubscribe to a YouTube channel then it takes 3 clicks. First, you need to click on channel options, choose the subscribe button, and then confirm that you want to unsubscribe. It can take hours if you do this manually and the the list of channels you want to unsubscribe is long. That’s where Automa comes in for help.

With a ready-made Automa automation workflow, you can get rid of all the YouTube subscriptions in a click. You just have to activate the workflow and sit back and relax. See how to setup Automa to do it in the next section.

How to Unsubscribe from all YouTube Channels at Once?

Automa comes as browser extension that you can install in Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge like browsers. Use this link to install it and then it will be available from the toolbar.

Automa in Toolbar

Now, you need to install the “YouTube mass unsubscriber” workflow in Automa from this URL. Just access this workflow from here and then install it. This is as simple as that.

Install Automa Workflow

You don’t have to do anything extra now. Just make sure that you are signed into YouTube with the Google account from which you want to mass remove the subscribed channels. Click on Automa icon and then click on the play icon to run the workflow.

Start YouTube Mass Unsubscriber

Just sit back, relax, and watch it as it will automatically open a new tab, go to the YouTube subscriptions page and then will unsubscribe all channels one by one. You don’t have to do anything after running the workflow. It will take a few seconds and then all the channels will be unsubscribed. You can see it in action in the video below.

Once the workflow has finished running, you will see that you no longer have any channel in the library. This is as simple as that.

ALl YouTube Subscriptions Gone

In this way, you can use this simple and powerful browser automation tool Automa to mass unsubscribe to YouTube channels in one go. We have covered a detailed post about this and you can use it for various automation purposes. Apart from unsubscribing YouTube channels, it also has some other workflows that you can check out such as mass message sender for WhatsApp.

Closing thoughts:

Automa makes it very easy to get rid of all the channels from your YouTube account. I like the way it works and makes the whole process so easy that anyone can use it. Even if you have never used any browser automation tool, you will be able to use this one without any problems after reading this tutorial.

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