Stop 'Related Videos' from appearing at end of YouTube vids

There's a simple (but easy-to-overlook) setting that disables related-video suggestions.

Sick of seeing this? Then follow these quick prompts...

Sick of seeing this? Then follow these quick prompts...

One thing I really don't like about YouTube is those "related video" suggestions that immediately pop up at the end of each clip.

I rarely want to see them in videos I'm watching, and I especially don't want them showing up in videos I've embedded for others to see.

If you feel the same, you'll be glad to know there's an easy way to disable related-video suggestions in videos you're embedding on your Web site, blog, etc. Here's how:

1. Go to the YouTube page for the video you want, then click the Embed button below the player.

2. Click the checkbox next to Include related videos. (In other words, remove the checkmark.)

3. Copy the code in the Embed field, then paste it wherever you need it to go.

Presto! The video will be embed without showing related videos at the end.

Tags applicationsPhoto / videowebsoftwareinternetyoutubevideo

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Rick Broida

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