Doing the above steps will remove all the obsolete stuff, improve your YouTube experience, help our application run better, and clear YouTube's watch and search history in your web browser and on your device.
If you're logged into YouTube, your watch and search history is not only stored in your web browser and on your device, but also in your Google account. If you want to manage, save, or delete your watch and search history, Google provides tools for this, but they are not always easy to find.
Therefore, we decided to make this task easier for you by providing a set of direct links to the main tools where you can manage your YouTube history in your Google account.
1. Clicking the button below will take you to your YouTube watch and search history, where you can delete your entire history, just today's history, or any history by date range or one by one. Watch & Search History
2. On the "History Controls" page, you can turn your YouTube history on/off, choose what you want to keep, select the auto-delete option, and delete your "Not interested" feedbacks and YouTube survey answers. History Controls
3. On the "History Interactions" page, you can view and delete more of your YouTube history, including likes and dislikes, public comments and replies, public chat messages, subscriptions, and votes on YouTube Community posts. History Interactions
4. If you would like to save your YouTube history on your computer's hard drive before deleting it from your account, you could do so by going to the "Google Takeout" page; click the button below.Save History
If you have multiple Google accounts, each you will need to manage your YouTube history in.