How to See Your Subscribers on YouTube
If you own a growing YouTube channel, you’ll probably want to keep an eye on the number of people that subscribe to your channel. YouTube makes it easy to see the subscriber count on both desktop and mobile, and we’ll show you how.
On YouTube’s desktop website, you can see both the subscriber count as well as the list of subscribers. Only those users who have kept their subscriptions public will appear in your subscriber list. In YouTube’s mobile app, though, you can only see the number of subscribers.
That complete list of all your subscribers is only available on the YouTube website, which you can open on your phone in a web browser app.
In the YouTube mobile app, though, you can only see how many subscribers you have, not a list of who they are. Here’s how to do that.
1. Open the YouTube app and tap your profile icon in the top-right corner, then select Your Channel.
2. On your channel, your YouTube subscriber count will be displayed next to your user icon and beneath your name.
See Your YouTube Channel Subscribers on Desktop
On your desktop computer, like Windows, Mac, Linux, or Chromebook, use the YouTube Studio site to access your subscriber information.
To do so, first, launch a web browser on your computer and open the YouTube Studio site. If you haven’t already, log in to your account on the site.
Once you’re logged in, in the site’s left sidebar, click “Dashboard.”
On the “Channel Dashboard” page, in the “Channel Analytics” section, you will see your subscriber count. This is the number of people who have subscribed to your channel.
To view the list of people subscribed to your channel, then in the “Recent Subscribers” card, click “See All.”