A calendar view and scheduler for your YouTube Video Manager
Update 9/11/17: Head over to the options menu to choose whether to view scheduled videos on the current page, or all scheduled videos (up to 30). An 3rd experimental option to allow viewing all scheduled videos without limit will be coming in a future update. **** Creator Calendar is a simple calendar view for your upcoming scheduled videos on YouTube. It provides a collapsible calendar that allows content creators to quickly and easily ensure that all of their content is scheduled for the proper day and time, and allows creators to drag-and-drop their private videos into the calendar for hassle-free scheduling. Once installed, simply click "Show Calendar" at the top of the Video Manager Page in the Creator Studio. Video thumbnails will appear on the day corresponding to their scheduled publishing. Hover your mouse over a thumbnail to view the video title and scheduled time. Expand your calendar and drag the 3x3 grid symbol to the right of any private video into a calendar tile. Select a time in the popup, click 'Schedule' to confirm, and bingo bango! Your video has been scheduled! Other Features: * Start weeks on Sunday or Monday. * Color code each day of the week. * Right click scheduled thumbnails to quickly create a Google Calendar Event Template. Disclaimer: This software is still in early stages of development and may contain bugs. The software is provided "as-is" by the developer with no expressed or implied warranties.
- (2021-01-07) pika52: pls update
- (2020-12-05) Tony D'Andria: Doesn't work anymore. Such a pity, was so useful.
- (2018-05-24) KrookMaxx: its verry help full
- (2017-03-15) Jenna Em: I had been looking for a tool like this, as sadly YouTube has no calendar view for scheduled videos. I'd accidentally scheduled 2 videos to go live on the same day/time more than once, which is a big pain. At present, there is no way to "reschedule" a YouTube video that has already gone live. About this extension: Today is my first time using it, and I found that when I used it initially only half of my videos populated. HOWEVER, after closing and reopening the window all scheduled videos are now nicely displayed in the calendar! If scheduled videos are not displaying properly, try this: Go to "video manager"-> "video" -> "private" for the scheduled videos to display.
- (2016-12-22) Kyle Blane: TubeBuddy, VidIQ and other YouTube tools are very nice and helpful. This tool is downright life-changing. If you upload daily videos, this is without a doubt a must. The dev is super nice and informative with his updates and is working on it quite a bit.
- (2016-09-18) Josue Gomez: As someone who likes having content up days, even weeks ahead of time, this is the most helpful extension I have. It helps me see what content is coming out when, with ease, so I can alternate without having to scroll down or open multiple tabs. Truly a great time and effort saver.
- (2020-08-09, v:0.6.0) Justin Westrich: New Studio Broke this extension
Doesn't seem to work with the new "improved" Studio unfortunately
- (2019-12-17, v:0.6.0) Peter von Panda: Update for new Studio?
Your app is amazing! Any chance there'll be a version that works with the new (forced upon us) YouTube Studio? Thanks!
- (2017-04-26, v:0.4.3) Cheski: Drag and Drop Reschedule
Once a video is scheduled, you lose the ability to manipulate that schedule by drag and drop. Is it possible to add the ability to drag a video to from one day to another?
- (2017-04-26, v:0.4.3) Cheski: Increase calendar view limit
If viewing the calendar and videos that are scheduled are not on the video page you are on, they do not show on the calendar. Can you alter this behavior to show all videos scheduled regardless of which video page you're on?
- (2016-12-22, v:0.4) Alan Davison: Schedule dialogue sticks on screen
https://i.gyazo.com/c0cdebac7c8ce23af9cd414ccf1a6b1c.png Basically: video is dragged to calendar to be scheduled, little "dialog" (above) pops up asking for a time, a time is entered, I click on "Schedule", the extensions does in fact schedule the video, and nada. Dialog stays stuck up on the screen, and I have to refresh. Being nothing of a Chrome extension guy I may have missed something, but it doesn't seem to be outputting any kind of messages to the console. Tested with no other extensions to rule out some kind of conflict, and running Chrome 55.0.2883.87 m.
- (2016-11-05, v:0.2) First day of the week
Allow users to choose what the first day of the week is. Instead of Sunday, also allow Monday.