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Looking for last weeks "Fresh Finds" playlist

Was wondering if spotify or any third party sites keep track of that playlist. I didnt unfortuntely get a chance to listen to the whole thing before it updated with an entirely new track list today.  Thanks!

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@JoshyB

 

Hello:

 

You might consider using this service here: https://ifttt.com/recipes just do a keyword search for Spotify to find all recipes created for the service. I use a recipe from that service for backing up all songs from Discover Weekly, here is the link to it: https://ifttt.com/recipes/311873-discover-weekly-archive

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Hello @user-removed

 

Maybe someone did it but I haven't heard about it yet.

 

What I suggest is to start today to create a work in progress private playlist with the name you want and to drag in it all the tracks of this week fresh finds. And so on every week. If you take the habit to do it, you will never forget 🙂

 

Good luck

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@Soundofus wrote:

Hello @user-removed

 

Maybe someone did it but I haven't heard about it yet.

 

What I suggest is to start today to create a work in progress private playlist with the name you want and to drag in it all the tracks of this week fresh finds. And so on every week. If you take the habit to do it, you will never forget 🙂

 

Good luck


@Soundofus Thank you for taking the time to respond.

 

I don't currently use the desktop version of Spotify, so I don't think I can drag tracks into a playllsit in the android mobile version. At least not that I know of anyway.

 

I would have to manually add in each track. Not a lot of work mind you, just wish there was a little easier of a way. I know there are sites that keep track of Spotify new releases and I was hoping there might be one that did the same for 'Fresh Finds' and other popular spotify playlists.

 

Maybe someone that might know of one might see this and hopfully comment.

 

Anyway, thanks again

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@JoshyB

 

Hello:

 

You might consider using this service here: https://ifttt.com/recipes just do a keyword search for Spotify to find all recipes created for the service. I use a recipe from that service for backing up all songs from Discover Weekly, here is the link to it: https://ifttt.com/recipes/311873-discover-weekly-archive


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@user-removed

 

Hello:

 

You might consider using this service here: https://ifttt.com/recipes just do a keyword search for Spotify to find all recipes created for the service. I use a recipe from that service for backing up all songs from Discover Weekly, here is the link to it: https://ifttt.com/recipes/311873-discover-weekly-archive


 

@user-removed Thanks! This might be what I'm looking for.

 

In a nutshell, what does it exactly do for you? Auto add songs to an already established playlist on Spotify itself? Or just backs them up to a non Spotify entity

 

Just asking before I sign up so it's something I actually want to use.

@JoshyB

 

Short and sweet version. When you have your Spotify account connected to the recipe, the recipe takes songs from a playlist that you are either following or have created yourself, and the recipe adds them to another playlist you have on your account anytime any new content is added to the playlist, and avoids duplicate songs in the process as well.

 

Also forgot to mention this handy expanded playlister tool promoted by Spotify itself as well here:

http://smarterplaylists.playlistmachinery.com/ might as well check this tool out as well? Credit goes to @MattSuda for pointing this expanded feature playlist creator tool out to some of us Rock Stars. 🙂

@user-removed 

 

Thanks for clarifying. My problem is, I always manage to listen to some of that playlist each week, but more times then not, don't end up finishing before the tracks are completely replaced by new ones the next week.

 

The solution you provided looks like it will do the trick for me. So again, thanks!

 

Btw I highly recommend "Fresh Finds" to anyone who really likes music discovery. Spotify really hit a home run with this one.

Search for the playlist "fresh finds archive" in spotify. It should display all songs featured in the previous weeks. 

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