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How to Sign in to Multiple YouTube Accounts on a Roku Device

YouTube has finally added support for multi-user logins to its Roku app How to get more from the YouTube TV app How to get more from the YouTube TV app The YouTube TV app is designed with smart viewers in mind, Some tips and tricks, you can squeeze even more. Read More Signing in to multiple YouTube accounts on Roku is a simple process that only requires a one-time setup. Once done, you can easily switch between profiles on demand.

Setting up multiple YouTube accounts on Roku

There is probably already a registered user on the YouTube Roku app. To add another, do the following:

  1. Launch YouTube on Roku and open the YouTube menu by clicking the left arrow button.
  2. Scroll to and click the username of the person who is logged in.
  3. This should open a new window that allows you to log in to an additional account. Click Add account .
  4. The YouTube app will display the url and a code specific to your device.
  5. Visit the URL in the browser of your choice, and if you're not signed in to your YouTube account, you'll be prompted to do so. Once you've logged in, you can enter the code on the screen.
  6. You should now be able to switch accounts by going to the YouTube menu and clicking on the user's profile picture.

If you live in a household with multiple people watching TV on your Roku, you probably already have personal profiles for Hulu, Netflix, and any other streaming services that support multiple logins. Because of that, getting personalized recommendations and keeping up with your favorite TV shows couldn't be easier.

With this latest update, YouTube can finally offer Roku users a similar experience. You can keep up with your subscriptions and get recommendations based on your viewing history.

This also means that whoever is using their YouTube account for their home Roku now doesn't have to deal with recommendations from other family members following them on YouTube on their phone, computer, or tablet.

Is this a feature you've been waiting for? What other improvements are you hoping to see Roku introduce? Let us know in the comments.