How to clone high episodes from Google Spreadsheets
If you’re interested in watching your favorite shows, Google has created a spreadsheet that lets you clone high episode files from Google’s popular YouTube site.
Google is a big fan of high episode file hosting, and has been using it since the company first launched its YouTube app.
The spreadsheet lets you quickly and easily clone high-quality episodes from YouTube, including premium content and short films.
You can even download high-resolution versions of popular episodes that aren’t on YouTube.
(High-quality files are smaller and are more file-heavy.)
If you’ve already watched a video and want to watch it again, you can just download the files and copy them to a different folder on your hard drive.
Here’s how to clone an episode from YouTube.
Launch Google Spreadsheet from Chrome or Safari.
Select Clone High Episode Files from YouTube (in Chrome, go to Settings > Clone High Episodes).
In the clone tab, click on the folder you want to clone, and then click on Create.
Click the button to create the folder, and choose the folder name you created earlier.
You’re now in a clone tab.
The clone tab will automatically update as new episodes are uploaded to YouTube.
If you want more control over what’s copied to the clone folder, click the “Add New Clone” button at the top.
You’ll now see the clone URL you just created.
If this doesn’t look familiar, you probably haven’t done it yet.
In Chrome, it looks something like this: https://www.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1vVq1bQ3VQV_4Hs0K9zvk1Wb8kYtH2Np8DtJg/edit?usp=sharing 7.
Copy the URL into your clipboard.
(You’ll need to type the clone URLs in here, and you can press Ctrl+V to copy them in all caps.)
Now that you have the clone url, click “Create Clone” to create a new clone folder.
Click on the Clone High episodes button and then “Create New Clone.”
Paste in the clone link in the Clone folder.
You should now have a clone folder named Clone High.
Now, click Save to make your new clone file available for download.