How to Search "Least Viewed" on YouTube

By Ryan Menezes

Rarely viewed videos need more keywords or inbound links.
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YouTube offers several options for searching through the videos that you have uploaded to your business's channel. You can sort videos by type, separating public and private videos. You can sort them by date, displaying the oldest or newest videos first. You can also sort them by view count to search through your most- and least-viewed videos. This method lets you determine which videos are performing poorly so that you can adapt your marketing strategy accordingly.

Sign in to your company YouTube account and click your channel name to open a panel of options.

Click "Video Manager" to open a list of your uploads.

Type a search term in the search box and click the search icon.

Click the "View" button to open a drop-down menu.

Click "Most Viewed" to sort the videos by view-count.

Scroll to the bottom of the page to search your least viewed videos.


You can also sort searches of the entire site by view-count. But YouTube adds more than an hour of new footage each second, so expect many videos that have no views at all to dominate your search results.