2013-04-18 10:05 PM
2013-04-18 10:07 PM
Hi, and welcome to the community!
Unfortunately this is not currently Possible.
However for future, you can go to Edit>Preferences and untick automatically make new playlists public. Which will mean any new playlists you have will default to Private.
2013-04-18 10:20 PM - edited 2013-04-18 10:25 PM
I already set future to be private and actually i did that in the past and it got reset with an update.
How did they not think of this, you shouldn't have to click on every playlist to make it private..
Could someone who works there set my playlists to private before i delete my account?
2013-04-19 01:42 PM
2013-12-23 07:22 PM
I'm having the same problem - this is nuts!
I've been a software developer for the last 13 years, consider the following statements:
As a user, you can set/unset whether a playlist is "secret."
This means, in Spotify's datastore, this datum has "update" access (under the CRUD model of data access).
This implies that anyone with CRUD access to the datastore can "update" this datum, since as a user you can.
It would be absurd for a Spotify employee with full CRUD access to the datastore not to be able to do this.
It's not that they "cannot" it's that they "won't."
Shame on you Spotify!
2015-11-30 08:35 PM
I have the same problem. I have no desire to click through hundreds of old playlists to make them private. It seems much easier to delete my account and start again.
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