One of YouTube’s lesser used features is the playlist function. It is actually a good feature but a bit on the difficult side to get the hang of. It’s also darn near impossible to find out where the direct-URL link and/or embed code is in case you want to post it to your blog or send via Facebook/Twitter/etc.
The video below will show you how to do it. It’s not exactly simple, but once you know where to go and how to do it, it’s fairly easy.
Where would this come in handy?
If you want to send a set of videos instead of just one, and have it all in one link, a playlist is the way to do it.
If you have your own web site or blog, embedding one playlist requires less code and loads faster for everybody who views it.
If you make a mistake from the set of videos you created, you can change your playlist while still retaining the original link/embed.