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YouTube - Private Video, Assigning to a Circle with a "Bulk" Command

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I have a bunch of instructional videos that are currently unlisted in YouTube. My client, who effectively owns the videos, wants them to be private instead of unlisted. I configured one of the 95 videos as shown in the video below.

Private with circle permissionThis configuration is perfect. The video is private and the users who I wish to watch the video in the specified "I2I" circle. Here's the kicker, I'd like to apply these settings to the remaining 94 videos "in bulk" using the YouTube Video Manager. I can use the Video Manager to make all 94 videos in one fell swoop, but I can't figure out how to assign all 94 videos to a specific circle. Is it doable?
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Are you talking about the add to circles in Google+
If so I only know a little about them because of the emails I get occasionally.
Do you know how facebook works?
Google+ is kind of like Facebook  where in the contacts are all intertwined and linked.
But can be grouped into family or friends etc
possibly do the same with this lot of video on youtube  put them into a group and make a playlist then add it to the google+ group.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DWTF7MJ6H4

I would suggest make your personal group first
Find people and create circles
Create new circles or add people to your existing circles
Open Google+. Place your cursor in the top left corner for the Google+ main menu.
Click  People.
Click the Your circles tab
Click the people you'd like to add to a circle (you can click on multiple people at a time).
To create a new circle, drag the a highlighted group of people to the  .
To add people to your existing circles, drag the highlighted group of people to a circle.
https://support.google.com/plus/answer/1047805
Once you have your circle of people add those videos this circle
 Then sharing it only with your circles or with "extended circles".

soo apparently there is this new feature
if it helps a little here's the video>
How to share Google+ Circles with friends
http://pureinfotech.com/2011/09/27/how-to-share-google-plu-circles-with-friends-video/
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by:jdana
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Brilliant! Sorry for the slow response.
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Thank you jdana, glad I could help.
And have a happy New
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