Do you want to keep offline YouTube videos in your phone’s gallery? Here’s a simple way to do it.
YouTube has a new feature, which is Offline Save Video. This feature allows users to watch videos offline. When the user is online, the app will check for new videos and if there are any, it will download them in the background.
I personally like this feature because I can watch my favourite videos without using any data. And I’m not the only one who likes this feature; many users have been asking how to transfer these offline videos to their gallery.
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How To Save YouTube Offline Videos
1) Open the YouTube app and go to the video you want to save offline.
2) Tap on the three dots in the top right corner of the video.
3) Select “Save Video.”
4) The video will be saved in your “Offline Videos” playlist.
Now lets talk about how we can save videos from offline to the gallery.
How To Transfer Offline Videos From YouTube To Gallery
YouTube allows you to download videos from your offline playlist. But downloading a video will remove it from your offline playlist.
If you want to keep watching the video again and again, then I recommend saving the video without deleting it from your offline list.
You can do this by going into Settings > General > Turn OFF “Remove from device storage.”
If you turn on this feature, then videos that are saved as cached files will be removed after 30 days of being saved.
So make sure that the date is set correctly in order for those files not to disappear. If those files are removed, then they will no longer be available anymore even if they’re still online on YouTube servers.
Those videos can only be watched again if you have an Internet connection.
So there you have it, two ways on how to save YouTube offline videos and transfer them to your gallery. I hope this article helped you out.
If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to leave a comment below. Thank you for reading!