The comment sections are filled with immature, racist, bullies, retarded people. Doesn’t matter what the video is about rude, disrespectful comments will happen.
Worst is when users disrespect you for stating an opinion.
9. The often changes.
Change is good, but not too damn often. You get use to a layout, in a few months they change it again. I miss the overhead videos on top of the user’s video where you didn’t have to click on their channel to find their videos. I really miss the star rating. To me it made more sense. You use to be able to see the rating of a video before clicking it.
With thumb ratings you get the over used “Ten feminist hated this video”. This comment is so cliché.
8. Google plus
I’m used to it now; upon origin, I was so lost. It’s a pointless feature that nobody uses that much (I think).
7. Everyone wants to be famous
Either from doing something stupid or doing something that is overused. There are too many channels of people doing the same damn thing and it looks forced. Whether or not the video may be fake or legit. People are using YouTube as a tool to get famous because of how other people are making it from YouTube. They’ll do anything such as eating poop or setting themselves on fire.
6. Begging for subscribers
It makes them look desperate and feminine. If they are begging for a sub, I will not be subbing. I only sub channels that provide things that matter in the world and are educational not videos of people yelling and trying to be funny. Especially not on videos of people begging for a sub. If I like your stuff I’ll sub without you having to tell me.
5. Copyright issues
I never understood how I get a strike for uploading a music song, while others have had theirs up for years. I always felt it was never fair. I understand why there are copyright laws, but if I’m getting penalized and other users are not for the same video then something’s wrong.
4. Privacy barley exists anymore
With youtube and technology it takes less than a minute to post videos on youtube. Youtube is filled with many embarrassing, freaky issues that should remain private. One moment you get fired from work, not realizing someone had filmed it then it’s posted on YouTube. It’s not family or friends that evade privacy for the world to know its strangers in public areas.
3. YouTube is filled with too many sexualized videos
7 out of 10 random videos on YouTube has something to do with sex. Either a music video, people stripping, vlogs sex, videos of women dressing half naked doing vlogs.
It’s like you’re videos can’t get watched if you’re not talking about sex. I want to watch videos that can help me in life, wholesome, fun and innocent videos. However, I can only see videos about sex popping up as either in the recommended or related videos side.
What's wrose is that parents are the ones filiming their children dancing dirty and posting them on Youtube.
I can’t understand why people go crazy over sex and body parts.
2. It can be addictive
1 moment you’re watching a video on whales…then you’re on a video on how to tie your lace….then vidz on people falling to videos on people singing funny etc. then you realized you spent 2 hours watching random videos and putting them in your watch later column when you wanted to watch videos on whales.
I’m not sure how whales have anything to do with tying your lace.
The #1 thing in youtube that pisses me off….is
1. Videos of people using that flicking camera effect
This is what I mean:
Not a fan of "laci green" she is the most cliched youtuber ever.
Consistent flicking of the screen for no reason at all. This effect makes me so mad. I don’t even watch videos when it occurs because I don’t understand why they need to do that. It doesn’t make the video any more interesting. It makes it unbearable to watch. It looks annoying and pointless.
Why can’t humans just do a video without the flickering effect? I don’t get it. I don’t care how you’re doing your video just don’t do the flickering.
I enjoy fluent, easy, to the point videos.
- People that need to curse too much in their videos for no reason.
- Smug famous “Celebrity YouTuber’s”
- Getting “This video is not available in you’re country”
- Long uploading waits
- Clicking to pause a video not realizing you clicked a hidden link.
YouTube has its pros and cons. It’s educational, fun, resourceful as it can be violent, negative and envasive.. I enjoy youtube. Been on it since 2005 so I’ve seen it all on youtube.