TubeBuddy Suggestion In Best Practices, verify the number of #hashtags used

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Hello, it would be great that in "Best practice", it automaticly checks if we don't have used more than 15 #hashtags in title and description, because it is the maximum if think.
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Hello, it would be great that in "Best practice", it automaticly checks if we don't have used more than 15 #hashtags in title and description, because it is the maximum if think.
Thank you.
You shouldn't be using hashtags there...? The title and description should be using normal tags. They are two different things, so I guess I'm a bit confused :)
 
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Thank you for your reply,

In Youtube Academy they say :
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You can use related hashtags (#) in video descriptions to help viewers find your video when they search for a specific hashtag.
When you upload a video, you can enter hashtags (#hashtag #example) in your video’s title or description. Hashtags in the video description are links that users can click on to go to that hashtag's search results page to see more videos on that subject.
  • Add hashtags in key parts of your description to help viewers find your video.
  • Ensure that you only use hashtags related to your video. For example, if you upload a review of a specific movie do not add hashtags related to different or unrelated popular movies, actors or unrelated topics to falsely increase views.
  • A little goes a long way -- try not saturate your description section with hashtags. YouTube will ignore all hashtags on a video if it has more than 15 hashtags.
  • Hashtags are especially great to use with trending content, such as upcoming events or people in the news. This ensures that viewers looking for videos about the trending topic will find a variety of relevant content.
These strategies are suggestions pulled from our experience with YouTube creators and are not promises or guarantees for success.

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So i understand we can use #hashtags in title and description?

(Sorry English is not my native language, so perhaps i didn't understand what you replied to me) :p
 
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No one agree or disagree? Let me say what you think about, it's certainly something i didn't undestand (yet)!
 

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Sorry I'm traveling. I should say YT uses the first 200 characters of your description to help ranking.

I'd place them at the end so they're still pulled while not taking away from what YT needs!