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ivyishere.org is a useful service that allows you to build up a spotify playlist from a comma-delimited Artist,Title and is therefore what I use to create playlists of selected songs when I don't want to search for them one at a time.
This service obviously uses some spotify request underneath, but now is no longer returning.
spotmysongs stopped working some time ago, and ivyishere is the only one left and now I can't even use that.
What have you done your end to stop that from working.
OH AND ONE OTHER THING. DO NOT CHANGE WHAT I SEARCH FOR ON THIS BOARD. WHEN I TYPE IVYISHERE THAT MEANS I AM SEARCHING FOR IVYISHERE. DON'T BE LIKE GOOG**bleep**E/YOUTUBE**bleep**E OR BING**bleep**E AND CHANGE TO WHAT YOU WANTED ME TO SEARCH FOR.
I TYPED IVYISHERE AND YOU SEARCHED FOR ANYWHERE THEN ASKED IF I REALLY WANTED TO SEARCH FOR WHAT I TYPED. YES I DID YOU MORONS OR I WOULDN'T HAVE TYPED THAT.
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Does directly copying & pasting from an open CSV file to Ivy's related tab work maybe, so you don't have to upload a CSV file?
And Spotify sort of offers this import service for former Rdio users, so there is hope they might include it in the app someday.
Oops, a message from the Ivy dev on the first page:
"Ivy is currently being rebuilt.
After 6 years of support, Spotify finally retired their old API and Ivy can't quite work with the new one yet. This requires a rewrite of many parts of the tool. This will take some time. An ETA can't be given at this moment. I know a lot of people are enjoying Ivy and would like to see it back. It started as a hobby project back in 2010 and has since then grown to become a website where more than 200 people upload their playlists every day."
If this is true, then all other playlist converters like Soundiiz, Stamp or Mooval might have the same problems now. OK, just tested Spotlistr with directly copying & pasting from an open CSV file to its textbox, and it seems to have worked, got a new playlist in Spotify's desktop client with the found tracks after a few seconds. So that method is still available at least, maybe also for other playlist converters.