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How to See Who Subscribed to You on YouTube Recently?

If you have your own YouTube channel, you know that subscribers are the lifeblood on this platform. The more you have the more the views and of course the more the revenue. In this post, we will teach you how to see who subbed to you on YouTube. Read on for more….

YouTube subscription data shows how well your content is fairing on the platform. Creators with well-thought-out content tend to have more subscribers. The converse is also true. If you are new to YouTube, sometimes it’s exciting to discover that someone subscribed to your channel.

That aside, sometime you might wish to reward new subscribers on your channel. You will need to know how to check and see your recent subscribers and tell them apart from early subscribers. Here we have outlined all the methods and steps to see who is subbed to you on YouTube.

Subbed to you on YouTube

Check YouTube Subscriber via a Desktop

With close to 500 hours of fresh content uploaded on YouTube daily, competition among creators is real on the platform. To stand out, you might want to come up with a way of rewarding your new subscribers. Before we get to that, though, you need to understand how to check your new subscribers. Here is how to do it via the YouTube site on your PC:

Step 1: Log in to your YouTube account.

Step 2: At the upper right corner of your screen, tap on Your Profile Picture.

Your Profile Picture on Youtube

Step 3: Navigate, locate and tap on the YouTube Studio option.

YouTube Studio option

Step 4: Once you access the dashboard, locate and tap on a card that reads “Recent Subscribers”.

Recent Subscribers on Youtube

Step 5: Tap on See More to access more data. Here you will be directed to a list that allows you to view the subscriber's count and subscribers by date subscribed.

Subscribers count and subscribers by date subscribed

Pro Tip! You will only be able to see the most recent 100 subscribers who have made their profile public.

Step 1: Now, go ahead and tap on See Al. At this point, you should see your subscribers, when they subscribed, and their subscriber count.

Go ahead and tap on See All

Step 2: Use the arrow at the top right corner to filter the subscriber’s data by the “last 7 days, last 28 days, last 90 days, last 365 days, or a lifetime”.

Check YouTube Subscriber via Mobile

Subbed to you on YouTube via Mobile

You can also access your list of subscribers via the YouTube app on your Android or iOS device (iPhone or iPad). However, note that you won’t be able to access the full list of subscribers via the app. The full list comprising the subscribers' names is only available via the YouTube desktop version. On the YouTube mobile app, you will only be able to access the total number of subscribers. Alternatively, you can still see the full detailed list of your subscribers on mobile by searching this link on your browser: That being said, below are the steps on how to see who subbed to you on YouTube via the mobile app:

Step 1: Download the YouTube Studio from the Play Store or Apple Store. Exact details about subscribers on a channel aren’t available on the usual YouTube app. Instead, you can find all that info via the YouTube Studio app.

Step 2: On your channel, the number of YouTube subscribers will appear next to your user icon and beneath your name.

YouTube subscribers will appear next

Check YouTube Subscriber via the YouTube app.

Here you will only access the number of your YouTube subscribers and not who they are. This is how to do it:

Subbed to you on YouTube via the YouTube app

Step 1: Open the YouTube app, and at the top right corner, tap on Your Profile Icon.

Step 2: Select Your Channel.

Step 3: On your channel, the number of YouTube subscribers will appear next to your user icon beneath your name.

Appear next to your user icon beneath your name

Find YouTube Lost Subscribers

There must be a reason why the number of YouTube subscribers is dropping. Below are the reasons you are losing your subscribers.

Find YouTube Lost Subscribers

  • YouTube may have suspended ‘spammers” who may have been among your subscriber list.
  • Subscribers may have unsubscribed from your channel for reasons best known to them.
  • Some subscribers may have switched their accounts from Public to Private. (Remember that only public accounts are included on the subscriber's list).

Switched their accounts from Public to Private

Grow Your YouTube Subscribers List

So, how do you attract more subscribers to your YouTube channel? It’s straightforward. All you need to do is focus on pushing out more quality content.

Step 1: After you have created enticing content, go ahead and popularize your YouTube channel. Ensure that your channel is readily available on Google Search results. This is how to ensure that your channel appears conspicuously in google search results to grow your subscriber list:

Google Search results

Step 2: Remember that search engines aren't capable of reading words in your videos. Therefore, make the best use of your channel's descriptions and comments. Ensure that you include keywords that potential subscribers are most likely to use when searching for videos that match yours.

Descriptions and comments

Step 3: In comments, ensure that you include target keywords in the replies you make to your subscriber's comments. Remember that you’ve no control over the comments your subscribers leave, but including the target keyword on the replies is a great way to show the search engines that you are engaging with your audience. That will improve the visibility of your videos on YouTube and ultimately attract more subscribers.

Your videos on YouTube and ultimately attract more subscribers

Step 4: Finally, ensure that you retain your subscribers by creating enticing content that keeps them around.


Now, you know how to see who subbed to you on YouTube via the desktop and mobile. If you want to offer some reward to your new subscribers, now you know how to locate them on your channel. You have also learned some tips on how to grow your subscriber list on YouTube. What’s left for you to do is get down to work by implementing whatever you have learned. That said, we wrap up this post.