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I don't have a Playlist for all the music I listen to. So I got Playlists like "Party", "Chill", "Black", etc.
But sometimes I want to hear everything. So I want a Partytracks and Blacktracks.
So why there isn't a function to mix Playlists like the "shuffle play"?
So I can say I want to hear songs from black and from party and Spotify shuffles songs from both Playlists?
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Hi @sny_days, welcome to the spotify community!
While i don't think there is a way to combine playlists, you can achieve the goal that you want by using Playlist Folders. If you had a playlist folder called "My Favorite Playlists" and then you put multiple playlists under that folder, you can then select that playlist folder and hit Play with Shuffle on and you would effectively be listening to a random combination of songs from all of the playlists under that folder.
If this works for you, feel free to mark this as an accepted solution.