More teachers today are creating videos and sharing them with students for assignments and to teach different concepts. While it’s possible to upload videos to a school or personal YouTube channel from a laptop computer, it’s also possible to directly upload videos from your iPhone (or Android phone) or iPad.

This YouTube support article from Google provides step-by-step instructions for how to upload a video to YouTube from an iPhone, Android phone or computer. I created a 6 minute tutorial video this evening showing the steps for doing this from an iPhone using the free YouTube app. In the past I’ve used the app “YouTube Capture” to upload videos from iOS devices to YouTube, but now it’s easiest to just use the YouTube app. Check out the video:

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