YouTube Easter Eggs

50 Coolest List of YouTube Easter Eggs

Easter eggs are hidden stuff in YouTube. These do not appear on the user interface but have to be searched in a specific way. The users will find searching for them very funny. YouTube has some funny Easter Eggs. Let us find some cool YouTube Easter Eggs.

List of YouTube Easter Eggs

1. Dogs Meme is one of the Easter Egg. Type in the name in the YouTube search box. An entire colored text page will be displayed. The whole page is converted into Comic Sans.

2. Type ‘Use the force Luke’ in the search box. All videos will be showed with Star wars effect.

3. Another cool Easter Egg is the Webdriver Torso. Type this in the search box and the videos will appear with red color background and some videos will appear in the blue color background.

4. Do the Harlem Shake is another Easter Egg and you will see the videos keep shaking and the Harlem Shake song playing in the background.

5. Leanback is another Easter Egg using which lets using the YouTube with the keyboard.

6. For Repeating the YouTube video, right-click the video and select the Loop. The video will get played repeatedly.

7. Beam Me Up, Scotty will give the YouTube the classic star Trek.

8. At the end of the video URL, that you are searching for, add ‘&pow=1&nohtml5=1’. A small ‘pow’ button appears to the video feature and clicking on it will make the video appear comic book-ish.

9. Type ‘/geek week’ in the YouTube search bar and the result page will appear in retro ASCII format.

10.  Missile Control game can be unlocked by typing ‘1980’ anywhere on the page.

11. Type ‘1337’ on the video page and the comments will appear in ‘1337’ (LEET) Speak.

12. Type ‘fibonacci’ in the search box in YouTube. The results will appear in tiled effect like Fibonacci mathematical sequence trick.

13. Type ‘ponies’ in the search bar and cute little ponies will appear flying across the screen.

14. Type ‘bronies’ in the search bar and the result will be similar to the above.

15. Type the names of the character in shows like ‘Rainbow Dash’ and see the magic. The top bar will appear in the color of the character.

16. Type ‘/robots.txt’ after the YouTube URL and see the YouTube troll Terminator 3:Rise of the Machines style.

17. and you can use YouTube with keyboard shortcuts.

18. To skip the first thirty percent of any YouTube video, just type ‘&wadsworth=1’ at the end of the video URL.

19. To bypass the regional restrictions of YouTube, add watch?V=9y73PrQVgl4 after the URL.

20. Add watch?v=9y73P4QVgl4 to the YouTube URL to share the exact time that you want your friends to see a certain part of the video.

21. Here is a complicated Easter Egg. Right-click on the video and choose ‘stats for nerds’. The dimensions, frames, volume percentage and other statistics of the video will appear.

22. In the browser bookmarks put ’Quietube’. Click the bookmark button when watching a video. You can watch the YouTube videos with peace.

23. Add ‘&fmt=18’ to the end of the URL to view the high quality video.

24. Add ‘&fmt-22’ to the end of the URL and if the video support this resolution, enjoy the high-quality videos.

25. Firefox users can use YouTube Smart Pause to automatically pause the video.

26. Floating YouTube Easter Egg can be used by chrome users to play the video in a separate moveable window.

27. Watch any YouTube video in full screen and type ‘awesome’. The red time bar will turn into the rainbow.

28. Click the down arrow on the keyboard when a YouTube video is buffering and you can reveal the Snake game Easter egg.

29. Open a video on YouTube and paste &vhs=nohtml5=1 string at the end of the video URL. A new tape mode button will appear in the video toolbar. The videos will appear in classic videotape style.

30. Type in ‘let it snow’ and you will experience a special treat.

31. Add ‘&list-UL’ to the YouTube URL to create auto-line of favorite videos.

32. To jump through the age restrictions, add ‘nsfw’ to the beginning of video URL.

33. To see the transcript of a video, open the video, press the ‘More’ tab, underneath video title and choose ‘Transcript’.

34. Edit or upload a transcript to help the video get found.

35. It is possible to create a playlist on YouTube.

36. Add videos that you want to see later to ‘watch later’ playlist.

37. Create own custom YouTube URL. For this, the YouTube channel needs to have 100 or more subscribers.

38. If you want a clip to be repeated simply enter the URL of it in TubeReplay.

39. Compare any of the two YouTube videos by entering the two URLs in mashup helper.

40. DragonTape helps to make a remix with all the clips you drag and drop.

41. SynchTube can be helped to watch YouTube videos with up to 50 other people with the chat window.

42. InfiniTube will create an infinite playlist based on the choice of keywords you entered.

43. Splicd can be used to cut down a YouTube video. Simply enter the start time and the finish time.

44. Add ‘/feather_beta’ after the YouTube URL for the best performance hack.

45. To download YouTube videos without a download manager, add ss after ‘www’ and before ‘YouTube’ when any video is playing.

46. Add ‘add&list=UL to any of the video you are watching and all the video upload by the uploader meta playlist in chronological order will be available

47. If the internet connection is slow, watch the YouTube videos on VLC by opening the app, going to file, open the network link and putting the YouTube link as URL.

48. Hold down the space bar while a YouTube video is playing and the video will start playing in slow motion.

49. Add #t= to the end of the video URL followed by the minute you want to watch with an m and then with an s to watch the YouTube video from a specific playback point

50. The ‘Feather’ feature helps the YouTube videos load faster.

The above mentioned are some of the coolest YouTube Easter Eggs. Try your favorite ones after knowing the exact steps to reveal them.

List of YouTube Easter Eggs

  • The YouTube logo is a link to the YouTube home page
  • Type in “www” and then type any word, and it will show you videos about that word
  • Type in “all my love” at the end of a video’s URL to see what happens next
  • Click on links with text underlined in blue- they’re links to other videos from the same channel
  • Type “do you even lift” in the search bar to see a video of Arnold Schwarzenegger
  • Type “all your base belongs to us” in any YouTube search box for a video with an old-school game show intro
  • Type “I’m Feeling Lucky” into the address bar and hit enter to go straight to Google’s homepage
  • Type “YouTube” into the search bar and see what happens
  • Type in “all your base belongs to us” for a translation of all videos from Japanese to English
  • Click on the YouTube logo at the top left corner of any video page and see what you find
  • Press the letter “a” on your keyboard to get a list of all the YouTube videos that start with that letter
  • Type in “google” and press enter to see an ASCII representation of Google’s logo
  • Press down the arrow key while watching a video to reveal related videos
  • Hold down Shift during any search, and you’ll see results from your past searches
  • Type “all your base belongs to us” into the search bar
  • Type “upgrade your browser” in the search bar and press enter
  • Type “do a barrel roll” in the search bar and press enter
  • Put on a virtual reality headset, such as Google Cardboard, and type “VR Player One” into the YouTube app
  • The YouTube logo is a rabbit’s head
  • If you type “YouTube” in the search bar, it will say, “This video cannot be found on YouTube.”
  • Type a word into the search bar, and press enter to see what comes up as an autocomplete option
  • Click on any logo for a different result
  • Click on the YouTube logo to see what it would look like as an animal
  • Type “askew” into the search bar to see videos in a distorted, off-kilter way
  • Type “zalgo text” into the search bar and then type any words you want to hear backward (example: cat)
  • If you type “doge” into the YouTube search bar, a Shiba Inu dog will appear with the word “such.”
  • Type in “askew” and watch your screen go sideways for a few seconds
  • If you type in “YouTube” spelled backwards, it says, “You are now watching YouTube.”
  • Type “Do a barrel roll” into the search bar
  • Type “Up, up, down, down, left, right, left right B A” to play the classic video game Pong
  • Type in “zerg rush” and try to beat the unbeatable computer opponent
  • Type “asdf” in the YouTube search bar
  • Click on the video with a large cat face near the top of the page
  • Use your arrow keys to highlight letters in the comment section and press enter to see related videos
  • Press enter, then press the spacebar once more, and a video of an egg will appear
  • Click the ‘up’ arrow on a YouTube video to make it fullscreen
  • Type “sour patch kids” in the search bar for a sour-sweet surprise
  • Hold down the ctrl key and press + or – to adjust playback speed
  • Search for “the dress” and click on any of the results to see what color you think it is
  • Type “a” into the YouTube search bar, and a banana will appear
  • Type “haha” into the YouTube chatbox, and you’ll get a laughing emoji back
  • Click on any video’s title to see all of its likes, dislikes, comments, views, and more
  • Type in “susan boyle” into the search bar
  • Click on a video and type in “I’m feeling lucky” to find some hidden videos
  • Try typing in “chicken dinner,” click on any of the videos, and then click back at the top of your browser to see all related channels
  • Search for a long-lost favorite band or a singer like The Beatles or Elvis Presley, and you might be surprised by what pops up
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