How to Use YouTube
1.1 How to Make Money on YouTube
1.2 How to Repeat on YouTube
1.3 How to Change YouTube Name
1.4 How to Clear YouTube History
1.5 How to Check YouTube Messages
1.6 How to Manage YouTube Playlist
1.7 How to Add Subtitle to YouTube Video
1.8 How to Play YouTube in Background
1.9 How to Broadcast Yourself on YouTube

How to Check and Send Messages on YouTube

You can receive YouTube messages from members of the YouTube community. Also, you are allowed to send YouTube messages to other users. YouTube messages can be sent via another user's YouTube channel or from your personal YouTube inbox. While for many people, they still don't know how to send a message on YouTube and where to check the received YouTube messages. Don't worry, we will show you how to check YouTube messages and simple way to send YouTube private messages. You can keep reading to find the best answer.

Check YouTube Messages

How to send messages on YouTube

Sending someone a message on YouTube is a quite easy thing as long as you have a YouTube account. At the first part of this post, we will tell you how to send YouTube messages.

1. Open YouTube site on your browser and log into your YouTube account.

2. Find the YouTube user you want to send messages to, click user's avatar to enter his or her YouTube channel.

Enter YouTube Channel

3. Once you enter the user's channel home, locate the "About" tab and click on it.


4. On the top-right corner, there should be a "Send message" button. You can click on it and then type in your messages.

Send YouTube Messages

After that, click "Send" to send your YouTube messages.

How to check YouTube messages

Want to read the received YouTube messages? You can take the following guide to check your YouTube messages.

1. Navigate to YouTube messages page on your browser and login your account.

2. Click your avatar on the top-right corner and then click "Creator Studio".

Creator Studio

3. When you enter your personal YouTube interface, click "COMMUNITY" on the left control.

Check YouTube Messages

4. Click "Messages" tab and you can check all types of YouTube messages like "Approved messages", "Filtered messages" and "Sent messages" here.

Note: If you want to check YouTube private messages, you should have a confirmed name on YouTube.

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How to recover deleted YouTube messages

Want to recover deleted messages on YouTube inbox? Not like the messages on your iPhone or Android phone, once you delete messages on YouTube, they're gone forever. So you cannot get them back. While if you want to restore SMS messages on iPhone, you can free download iPhone Data Recovery to do that.

Step 1 Launch iPhone Data Recovery

Connect iPhone

Download, install and open this professional iPhone data recovery software on PC/Mac. Connect your iPhone to it with USB cable. It will automatically recognize your iPhone and show its basic information in the interface.

Step 2 Scan iPhone data

Connect iPhone

Click the recovering mode "Recover from iOS Device" and then click the "Start Scan" button to scan all types of files on iPhone.

Step 3 Select the deleted iPhone messages

After scanning, click "Messages" on the left control. You can preview the detailed information of the deleted and existing iPhone messages. It's very convenient to choose all the necessary messages.

Step 4 Recover the deleted iPhone messages

recover iPhone sms

Mark the messages you want to recover and then click "Recover" button to get the lost data back to your computer.

With this method, you can't recover YouTube messages on iPhone. But if you want to restore iOS messages, photos, songs, videos, contacts, notes, call logs, contacts, etc. it can do you a great favor.

In this article, we mainly show you how to check and send YouTube messages. Moreover, we tell you a simple way to restore the deleted messages on iPhone. Hope you find want you want after reading this post.

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December 29, 2020 15:53 / Updated by to YouTube, Message