How to check Real-Time Subscriber Count in YouTube Studio [Official Method]

Google has been working painstakingly to bring new features to its streaming service – YouTube. Not only this, but the search engine giant is also improving the YouTube Studio for Creators. Not long ago, the YouTube Studio received AI-based smart reply feature. Now the YouTube Studio received yet another update. The latest feature now allow YouTube Creators to see real-time subscriber count directly from YouTube Studio. Here’s the definitive guide by which you can check real-time subscriber count in YouTube Studio.

The Real-Time Subscribers count is one of the most awaited features, that creators have been eagerly waiting. People are using the third-party websites such as Social Blade, Subscriber count, etc to check real-time subscriber. The results on the third-party websites are not as accurate and fast as the YouTube’s own service.

Prior to the introduction of this feature, the YouTube dashboard used to show real-time subscriber numbers, but it refreshed subscriber count after a few minutes or seconds. YouTube Creators can now simply sit and enjoy watching increase the size of your audience directly from the YouTube Studio dashboard. Now the Channel Analytics on dashboard get a new option slated as See Live Count.

YouTube doesn’t mention any details about how frequently the count is refreshed, while during checking the feature it seems that it will keep updating the numbers after a few seconds. So, if you’re a YouTuber and want to see live count, then you can follow steps listed in the next paragraph.

How to see Live Subscriber Count in YouTube Studio on Desktop

Real-Time subscriber count feature is limited to the YouTube Studio in Desktop. If you’re using the YouTube Studio app on your smartphone, then, as for now, you can only check the total number of subscribers from the app. We can expect that YouTube will soon add the see live count aka real-time subscriber count feature to the YouTube Studio app as well. Now let’s take a look at the steps to check real-time subscriber count in YouTube Studio.

  1. Open YouTube on your browser, then click on your profile icon listed in the top right corner.
  2. Then, click on YouTube Studio option to open your channel dashboard.
    How to Check Live Subscriber Count in YouTube
  3. After moving to the Channel Dashboard, you can click on the Go to Channel Analytics option from Channel Analytics.
    How to Check Live Subscriber Count in YouTube
  4. On the Analytics page, you can click on See Live Count option listed in the Realtime card from the right side.
    How to Check Live Subscriber Count in YouTube
  5. It will open a full-screen page with real-time subscriber count with Channel growth, the interface looks very similar to the third-party website Social Blade.
    How to Check Live Subscriber Count in YouTube
  6. That’s it.

So, now you’re aware of the YouTube Studio’s latest feature, if you like to see the subscriber count in real-time then you can follow the afore-mentioned steps.

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