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Thank you for your swift response and for the clarification.
When a playlist is flagged, you can still access it from "your library" and play the songs normally, but it will not display on the creator's or other user's profile. But if the playlist is not yours, the owner of the playlist must complete the previous process in order to "un-flag" the playlist.
In this case, since you have no control over the privacy of that playlist, we'd recommend creating a copy of it in your own account.
To do so, open the desktop app and hit the button Create playlist. Once created, open the affected playlist, select all the songs using the command button + E and drag them to the new playlist you just created. After that, you can rename the new playlist with the name you want (following the Profile and playlist user image guidelines) and you'll have your own playlist, with the same music, but displayed on the left panel 🙂
Hope this helps. Let us know how it goes.