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Sometimes I'm getting tired of listening to a specific playlist or style, so I want to listen to a mix of playlists. It would be great to have a function to select multiple playlists to play.
Updated on 2019-01-15
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Hello.Could you describe your idea a bit more?On which platform would you like to see that feature?Do you want to shuffle play ALL your playlists at once or did I misunderstand something? Thanks!
Sorry my bad english.
I have four playlist: Pop, Rock, Hip Hop, Classic.
I would like to play all in one line. Like select each one and send to the list to play. Can be shuffle or in order.
I would like this in first moment for desktop, later mobile.
Marked as new idea and edited the title slightly to make it easier to find via search. 😉This idea is a re-post of this inactive idea.As a workaround you could create a Playlist folder on the Desktop app and play the whole folder: Top left menu => File => New Playlist Folder
Thanks. Now this request will be done?
You can simply create it yourself, no?
Create playlist called NEW;
Highlight all songs from playlist POP, add it to the new playlist you just created;
Highlight all songs from playlist ROCK, add it to that same playlist you just created;
Repeat with as many playlists you want and created as many new playlists as you want.
From a computer it would take a few seconds to create.
Just a though 😉
This is similar to https://community.spotify.com/t5/Live-Ideas/Desktop-Select-and-organize-multiple-playlists/idi-p/999...
Except this one is selecting to play while the other one is selecting to organize. I'd want them both.
This is a good idea
Very good idea. Upvote
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