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I spend a lot of hours watching a range of videos on YouTube, and I end up subscribing to a ton of channels. But there’s a problem in my perfect world: I often end up missing videos from new channels I’ve subscribed to, because of a huge influx of videos from older ones.

Thankfully, I’ve found a solution to this problem in the form of PocketTube. It groups your subscriptions into custom collections. For example, you can group your music and sports channels into separate collections and check out their latest videos when the mood for each category strikes you.

PocketTube is a cross-platform app, available for Android, iOS, Chrome, Safari, and Firefox. I’ve primarily used the Chrome extension, so I’m going to talk a bit about its integration with YouTube on the web.

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Once you install the extension, you can head to YouTube and start adding channels to different groups by clicking the add icon on its page.

After making your groups, if you head to the subscription page, you could easily search for new videos under specific collections by clicking a few toggles.

PocketTube is a handy tool if you spend countless hours on YouTube to manage your subscriptions a bit better. You can find download links for it here.

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Published January 19, 2021 — 06:17 UTC

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