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How do I go to someone's playlist and make a copy of theirs as my own easily?

I was wondering because I didn't want my spotify to be connected with my Facebook and if I delete it then my playlists will come down with it. I didn't wanted to drap each individual song to copy it. Was wondering if there was a shortcut for this.

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Re: How do I go to someone's playlist and make a copy of theirs as my own easily?

Hi, and welcome to the community!

 

There are 2 ways:

 

1) Press follow on their playlist. This will create a playlist on your account identical to their playlist, and it will also update when they add/remove/move songs around the playlist.

 

2) Create an empty playlist. Click on a song in their playlist then press Ctrl+A. Drag and drop them into your empty playlist (or into the playlist you want them in). Note this will not update when they add/remove/move songs.

 

Anthony :)



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Re: How do I go to someone's playlist and make a copy of theirs as my own easily?

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Re: How do I go to someone's playlist and make a copy of theirs as my own easily?

This really needs to be built in right-click menu for the web browser!

 

Sadly #2 doesn't work on the web player or Android. Any other ideas? Same thing with the Chrome addon, only works with desktop app.

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