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Youtube Safety Mode is broken?

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#1 Haman1990


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Posted 16 April 2014 - 04:17 AM


I have recently started to make videos on youtube, about a certain game. The videos are safe, and so is the game. However, my videos cannot be viewed while the Safety mode is On. I have searched everywhere on how to make them show up on safe mode, but to no avail. 

Can anyone, please, help me change the videos from being unsafe to safe, what should I do to make that happen? 

Thank you in advance, 

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#2 Darktune


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Posted 16 April 2014 - 05:03 AM

Hey Haman1990 and  :welcome:


You could try this link here which is Googles tutorial on Safety Mode on YouTube.


Also it might be worth noting if the game you're making videos on is not suitable for young audiences then it might be not considered for Safe Mode. Please find your countries video game content ranking here


Thank you,



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