YouTube and Google Account – Single Log In

by on June 23, 2007
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Well, for all those YouTube fans out there, you can now enjoy Google account and YouTube on one login. Now you have one username and password less to remember :) . You can easily move all your data Youtube data to your Google account.

All you need to do is link your exisitng/new YouTube account with your Google account. Everything remains the same except that a new YouTube icon will show up in your Google Account Services page.

Read below to see how you can link both of your accounts.

How to link your YouTube and Google account

It’s very simple. Click on Log In at the top right of the main page. Then below the YouTube Username and YouTube Password box, you will see a link Link Accounts.

Click that, and you will be asked for your Google account username and password. Input that and it’s done!

If you don’t have a YouTube account, then you can create one while linking your Google account. See… Google has made things a lot more easier :)

Sign Up for YouTube with Your Google Account

How to unlink them

Unlinking your both accounts is also very easy. Just visit the unlink page and your both accounts will no longer be associated with each other. But remember, you will no longer be able to login with your Google account on YouTube.

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  • Unfortunately the unlink information is only partially true.

    If when you created your YouTube account you linked it to a Google sign-in you will get the message, “Your account is linked permanently to a Google Account,” even if you delete it.

    This really sucks if you have two YouTube accounts and linked the wrong one, especially if you're like me and always signed into Google. I have to log out of Google and then back in to YouTube and then out of YouTube to sign back in to Google…

    Tedious and totally unacceptable if you ask me. Google – sort it out!