YouTube gives users rights for translating metadata of videos and subtitles into almost all world languages. Why? This is the way you will be able to make your video accessible for different people, get more traffic, more subscribers & more income.
The translation function now works stable, that’s why these arises certain subject-matter steps of how to translate YouTube channel info into another language.
Firstly, you take a current description in the native language to subjoin translate channel info.
Moreover, each user has an opportunity to verify channel’s translation. Next step is to change YouTube language; either find the channel in search, or simply bred over link set (e.g., simply entering URL).
Before adding a finished translation, first open My channel page, & check your channel view. Switch Edit layout button for going from one view to another, push a gear symbol.
Look at channel settings icon. Find section Translate channel info. This will redirect a user to translate channel info into different languages on YouTube page. Again, if it is necessary, click Edit layout press-button.
On this page, we can see Russian channel name, Russian key description & two icons - Source language and Target language. Initially, choose Source language (in our variant – Russian).
Next action – choose Target language (Afrikaans - Zulu).
Then add the text to be translated, never forget about channel’s name. Everything is to be translated. Finish your work by pushing a Save button.