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Top Video Chart is a daily created list of 100 videos.

You can see, which videos were most/least viewed, liked, disliked, commented etc. globally of from any selected country. On YouTube, Facebook, Instagram or all together.

Check most viewed video worldwide or in any country within desired time frame

How you can sort videos on Charts?

Videos can be filtered by:
type & subtype
time frame
platform (YouTube, Facebook, Instagram)

and sorted by by most/least:

Filtering videos by categories and types/subtypes are on beta testing still, so not all videos may have these defined just yet

Filtering videos


Selecting desired country seem pretty obvious, so we will start from Category of the videos in the chart. Let's see videos from United Kingdom in the Sport category for that matter:

Video Chart shows now first 100 of most viewed sport videos from United Kingdom from 6th to 12th July, sorted by gains within that period and on all platforms: YouTube, Facebook and Instagram.

Time frame

After you found the country and category of the videos you want to see the chart of, you can choose the period by which you want to sort the videos in the Chart. See below:

Use default settings or specify your own desired time frame

Sorting by Most/Least

Further on, videos can be either sorted by most or least viewed, liked, disliked and so on. Switch the metrics according to your needs.

Top quantity in the table indicates the value gained/lost within the specified time frame, bottom quantity indicates overall value acquired by the video until the day in which selected time frame ends

See most viewed video in selected country, category, time frame and on all platforms (based on gains):

Most liked video in that period but on YouTube only (country and category have not changed; still based on gains):

Sort and filter out by any data. Possibilities are endless.


Totals show the overall amount of views, likes etc. accumulated on the video up to the last day specified on the time frame. Gains show the value added/deducted within the specific period of time

Ok, so once you've sorted videos by gains within your selected time frame, country, and category you may now want to see which of the video was most viewed, liked, engaging and so on in total:

This way you can find out, which sport video from United Kingdom is most viewed on YouTube by the last day within your selected period of time. Switch the factors as you want to see more of the most/least viewed or liked etc. videos from any country of any time.

Top quantity indicates now overall value assembled by the video up to the day in which selected time frame ends. Bottom quantity indicates the value gained/lost within that specified time frame

Export the charts to .csv file

Select preffered sorts and filters and export the data to the .csv file

up next: Video Statistics Page Overview
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