Personalized Playlist Vanished

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Personalized Playlist Vanished

CluelessInSeatl

 

Plan: Free Trial

Country U.S.A>

Device: PC

Operating System: Windows 10

 

My Question or Issue:  I've been listening to music on Spotify for a few weeks on a free trial offer.  Yesterday morning when I logged in to Spotify I was presented with a playlist that had "Saturday Morning" in its title, and a blurb of text that said something like "Since you like this kind of music, here's a playlist for your Saturday morning." 

 

I clicked on it and was really pleased with what I heard, one wonderful song after another.  But I couldn't find a way to save the playlist, so I just left the tab open in my browser (Firefox) when I shut down my PC last night. 

 

But this morning when I opened my browser and clicked on that same tab, I got a "Page Not Found." Error.

 

How can I retrieve that wonderful playlist so I can listen to it again (and again and again)?

 

Will in Seattle

a.k.a. "Clueless

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Taylith

Hello @CluelessInSeatl 

At the moment, the fix I can think of involves using a mobile device. 

There's an icon on the home tab which looks like a clock, it's got all your recently played songs and playlists.

I assume you're using Spotify on mobile as well but if not, I apologize for the convenience.

 Happy listening Will 🎧🖤

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CluelessInSeatl

Hi Taylith!
I'm running Spotify on a laptop*, not on a mobile device, but your reply gave me the clue I was looking for.
Your mention of a "home tab" led me to look around on the laptop screen, and on the left side of the screen I found a vertical menu that included a "Home" button at the very top. That took me to a page with lots of different square icons resemblilng CD album covers. I had to scroll down nearly to the bottom of that long page where I finally found a bunch of those square icons labeled "Daily Mix 1," "Daily Mix 2," etc.
So I started clicking on them, and on my second click, "Daily Mix 2" turned out to be the mx from yesterday.
Thanks a million for pointing me in the right direction,
Will in Seattle
a.k.a. "Clueless"

 

* P.S.  I mistaken posted in my original message that I'm running Spotify on a PC.

 

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Taylith

Hello @CluelessInSeatl 

At the moment, the fix I can think of involves using a mobile device. 

There's an icon on the home tab which looks like a clock, it's got all your recently played songs and playlists.

I assume you're using Spotify on mobile as well but if not, I apologize for the convenience.

 Happy listening Will 🎧🖤

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CluelessInSeatl

Hi Taylith!
I'm running Spotify on a laptop*, not on a mobile device, but your reply gave me the clue I was looking for.
Your mention of a "home tab" led me to look around on the laptop screen, and on the left side of the screen I found a vertical menu that included a "Home" button at the very top. That took me to a page with lots of different square icons resemblilng CD album covers. I had to scroll down nearly to the bottom of that long page where I finally found a bunch of those square icons labeled "Daily Mix 1," "Daily Mix 2," etc.
So I started clicking on them, and on my second click, "Daily Mix 2" turned out to be the mx from yesterday.
Thanks a million for pointing me in the right direction,
Will in Seattle
a.k.a. "Clueless"

 

* P.S.  I mistaken posted in my original message that I'm running Spotify on a PC.

 

Taylith
I'm happy if you are Will, take care
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