You must meet minimum requirements to be considered for channel memberships on YouTube.Keep in mind, meeting the following does not mean you’ll automatically get channel memberships. We’re slowly rolling out this feature. If you have access, you’ll see memberships as an option on the Memberships page:Your channel must have more than 1,000 subscribersYour channel is in the YouTube Partner ProgramYou’re over 18 years oldYou’re located in one of the available locationsYour channel is not set as made for kidsYour channel does not have a significant number of ineligible videosVideos set as made for kids, or videos with music claims are considered ineligibleYou (and your MCN) have agreed to and are complying with our terms and policies (including the relevant Commerce Product Addendum)Channel memberships eligibility, policies, & guidelinesWeâre making a few changes to how we collect and use data on kids content on YouTube.com. As a result, some of the instructions in this article may have changed. Learn moreChannel memberships allow viewers to join your channel through monthly payments and get members-only perks like badges, emoji, and other goods. If youâre eligible, these are the policies and guidelines will help steer you out of trouble.