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To create a custom URL for your channel, your account needs to:
  • Have 100 or more subscribers
  • Be at least 30 days old
  • Have an uploaded photo as channel icon
  • Have uploaded channel art
In general, a YouTube channel may only have one (1) custom URL and custom URLs cannot be transferred or assigned to anyone.

Set up a custom URL for your channel
Before you start: Keep in mind that you can't change a custom URL after creation, including adjustments to the capitalization, accents, or diacritics.
  1. Sign in with YouTube.
  2. Go to your advanced account settings by clicking your icon in the top right > Settings or. Then click Advanced under your account name.
  3. Under "Channel settings," select the link next to You're eligible for a custom URL. You'll only see this link if your channel is eligible.
  4. In the "Get a custom URL" box, you'll see the custom URL(s) you've been approved for. You can't change the part in the gray box, but you may need to add a few letters or numbers to make the URL unique to you.
  5. Carefully read and understand the "Custom URL Terms of Use" and select the box to agree to them, then click Change URL.
  6. Once a custom URL has been approved, you can't request to change it, so make sure this is the custom URL you want before clicking Confirm choice.
Once you have a custom URL, your audience can reach your channel by using that custom URL (e.g., youtube.com/yourcustomname, which will take viewers to your channel homepage).

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