There are several reasons why you may wish to report a YouTube Channel, maybe they abuse animals, infringe your rights or copy your content.
In any case, this article will give you the step-by-step process you’ll use to report a YouTube Channel easily.
First Things First
You need to visit the Channel’s homepage to report the channel.
If you just saw one of the videos, just click on the Channel’s profile Image and you’ll be redirected to their Homepage.
Reporting the YouTube Channel
Once you’re on the Channel’s homepage, head over to their about section.
There, you’ll see information like the channel’s description, when the user joined YouTube and the total number of views the user has gotten so far.
Clicking on the Flag will pull up a list of options, which include:
- Block User
- Report Channel Art
- Report Profile Picture
- Report User
Clicking on Block User will block the user’s access to your channel, which includes commenting, liking etc.
If you’re using your mobile phone, here’s an easy way to block a YouTube Channel or user on mobile.
If you have a problem with the Channel’s art, then click on Report Channel Art, also applicable with the Report Profile Picture option.
Of all the four options, the one we’ll be using is the Report User option, this option will report the entire channel.
Once you click on the option, a popup will appear and you are required to select the reason why you wish to report the user.
Select the reason why you want to report the user and you’ll be redirected to a page where you are required to add more info.
After you’ve filled the form, click on the Report Button and your request will be sent to the YouTube staff.
Conclusion on How to Report a YouTube Channel
If you report a YouTube Channel, your report request will be reviewed by the YouTube staff in a maximum of 48 hours.
In addition, if they found the Channel guilty, it may be banned from YouTube forever.
I do hope you enjoyed this article on how to report a YouTube Channel, if you have any question, ask our community.