How to Change Syndication on YouTube
YouTube has become one of the largest entertainment venues in the world, with a reported four billion hours of video watched every month and 72 hours of video uploaded by users every minute. YouTube shares advertising revenue with its users via a monetization program. When you monetize a video, you must choose how to syndicate it -- that is, whether to make it available on platforms, such as certain mobile devices, that don't support advertising.
Visit youtube.com/dashboard and log in to your YouTube account.
Click "Video Manager" in the left pane.
Click "Uploads" under Video Manager if it's not already highlighted.
Click "Edit" next to the video whose syndication setting you want to change.
Click the "Monetization" tab.
Change the syndication setting to Everywhere or Monetized Platforms as desired.
Click "Save Changes."
Tips & Warnings
- If you're unable to change the syndication settings, it's possible that a third party filed a copyright claim on the video you uploaded, which disables your ability to change certain settings, including syndication. See YouTube's Copyright Strike Basics page for more information.