Open in InDesign. · Add the URL of the video to the list box at the top of the frame. · Click on 'Go To' and you will be invited to 'Go to this location.' · You will have to type the file name in: in the box on the right. · You will then have to change to the 'InDesign' tab and click on the button “Open PDF”. Tip of the Week: Including YouTube Videos in InDesign Tip of the Week: YouTube Linking and Tag-Worming in InDesign If you're a web designer and have been using Google Tag Manager with a lot of InDesign projects, you know that you can get rid of a lot of the extra links and tags around InDesign. And since Google Tag Manager is free for every InDesign user, you can also use it to make the most of YouTube. You don't have to create a YouTube page. And you can make your YouTube page look completely different and unique if you want to. Tip of the Week: Include YouTube links and tags in InDesign This is the third in our series of weekly tips on adding YouTube to InDesign. The first tip was How to Add YouTube videos to Adobe InDesign How to Add YouTube comments to InDesign How to Add YouTube videos in Adobe Portfolio Tip of the Week: Creating YouTube Channels in InDesign This is the third installment of our weekly series on how to make YouTube Channels and Google Analytics in Adobe InDesign. For those wanting to get started with YouTube in InDesign today, click here to find out how. We hope this will be a useful guide for you and will provide you with the tools you need to create effective, effective YouTube channels for your clients, and to help market and spread your work, so you can get more clients. You can find this tip of the week linked to the right-hand side of this blog. In the previous posts in this series, we have shown us that if you get started on any YouTube channel today (and you should!) then you will do well to include a few tips such as the tips for doing more marketing, and the tips for YouTube channels marketing. If you're still not sure, I suggest that you try a few for yourself and see how they go first. If they work for you, then keep adding to them as you get more clients doing the same jobs — as I've done.