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How can I copy an entire playlist?

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Once upon a time it was possible to copy many songs at once, or an entire playlist, and paste it in another playlist (or drag). Now I can't do that anymore.

 

The thing is, I have created a playlist for every year and I have done that since 2013. Now I figured I would like to have one playlist that has all of the songs from different years. But I can't copy the whole playlist and drop it in the new playlist. I'm not really motivated to do that one song at a time. 

 

Is there anything I can do?

Hi @iinis89, welcome to the Spotify Community!

 

In this case, we suggest to move the songs from the desktop app. If you have a Windows computer, you can select all the songs you want to move within a playlists with "Ctrl + A" ("Command + A" for Mac). Then, you'll only need to drag the songs to the playlists you want them to be in.

 

Let us know if that helps. Have a great day!

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Julian
Status changed to: Not An Issue

Hi @iinis89, welcome to the Spotify Community!

 

In this case, we suggest to move the songs from the desktop app. If you have a Windows computer, you can select all the songs you want to move within a playlists with "Ctrl + A" ("Command + A" for Mac). Then, you'll only need to drag the songs to the playlists you want them to be in.

 

Let us know if that helps. Have a great day!

Milianna

How do you do this for windows 10?

Lilith__

How about on mobile? Or chromebook? I have no access to computers. 

Joel-M

Hey @iinis89@Lilith__, and @Milianna

 

Welcome to the Community. Can you try clicking on the very first song in your playlist, then scroll all the way down and click on the last song in your playlist while holding SHIFT or ALT depending on what computer you are using, such as a Mac or a Window.

 

Please let me know if this has worked. Thank you. Have a wonderful day.