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Why do I receive a "YouTube Publish Failed" error when attempting to share on social media?
Why do I receive a "YouTube Publish Failed" error when attempting to share on social media?

"YouTube Publish Failed" error message explained when using share on social function

Updated over a week ago

If you're encountering difficulties while trying to publish content on YouTube, it's important to consider two key factors that might be affecting your ability to upload:

  1. Check Your Internet Connection:

    • A stable and reliable internet connection is crucial for successfully publishing videos on YouTube. If your internet connection is unstable or weak, it may interrupt the upload process, failing to publish your content.

  2. Understand YouTube's Upload Limits:

    • YouTube implements upload limits to maintain platform safety and integrity. For unverified users, there's a cap of 10 videos per 24-hour period.

    • Verified users enjoy higher limits, but these can still vary depending on factors such as the user's country/region and the channel's history.

    • It's also important to note that copyright strikes and Community Guidelines strikes can negatively impact your channel's upload capabilities.

    • If you encounter a "Daily Upload limit reached" error, it indicates that you've hit your quota for the day. The best course of action is to wait 24 hours before attempting to upload again.

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