All of my videos in YouTube were set to private when I deleted my Google+ account so that created broken links in my hubs that contain my videos.
Last night I went into YouTube and manually reset all of the videos to public and they are working fine on that end. The problem is that they are still showing broken links on the hubs that have the videos. When I go to the hub and click play, they now play just fine.
Does it just take time for Hubpages to update that the videos are active again or is there something else that I need to do to correct it? The broken link arrows are driving me crazy!
Thank you Christy!
It looks like they are now all good.
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