This is the easiest way to bulk upload and schedule your YouTube Shorts videos.
Bulk uploading and scheduling YouTube Shorts can save you time and streamline your content creation process. If you have multiple Shorts videos that you want to upload and schedule for publishing, here's how you can do it.
Get all of your YouTube Shorts together, and ready for uploading. Make sure they're vertical video and about 60 seconds long. You can use something like Combo to do this quickly.
Next, you'll need to create a CSV (Comma-Separated Values) file that contains the details of your Shorts videos. You can use a program like Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets to create the CSV file. The file should include the following columns:
Now, you will want to bulk upload your Shorts to YouTube. You can do that by clicking on the "Create" button and selecting "Upload Videos." You can drag and drop the videos you want to upload from your computer.
Now, here's where the magic happens. That CSV file we made earlier? You'll be importing that to YouTube to save you a ton of time. Click on the "Video" tab and select "Import from CSV'.
YouTube will now import the details of your Shorts videos – like the video title, description, tag, filename, publish date and time, etc.
Finally, it's time to schedule your Shorts videos for publishing. Click on the "Video" tab, and select "Scheduled." You should now see a list of your Shorts videos, along with their details.
To schedule a video, click on the "Edit" button next to the video. Select the "Scheduled" tab, and choose the date and time you want the video to be published. Make sure to set the time in UTC time zone.
Once you've scheduled your Shorts videos, click "Save" to save your changes.
Bulk uploading and scheduling YouTube Shorts can save you time and make your content creation process more efficient. Follow these steps to create a CSV file, upload your videos, and schedule them for publishing. With the right tools and techniques, you can create and publish engaging and entertaining Shorts videos on YouTube.