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Wondering if anyone knows a way to duplicate a personal playlist?
I created a playlist for my 30th Birthday party, that has a running order, and a friend wants to use it as a base for his own party playlist.
I want to keep my original as it is, but was hoping there is a way I can copy my playlist, then make the new one collaborative with him and he can change it as he wants.
Anyone know a way of doing this? So I can save my friend having to add each song individually into a new playlist? If so let me know.
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There isn't a way to instantly duplicate a playlist, but I have a pretty easy way to do it.
This method requires you to have access to spotify on desktop.
Step 1) Create a new playlist.
Step 2) Go to the original playlist which you want duplicated and click the first song (not the play button, you just want to select it).
Step 3) Press Ctrl + A or Cmd + A, this will select all the songs in the playlist.
Step 4) Drag the selection to the new playlist!
Step 5) Enjoy!
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