Adding an entire playlist to my playlist.

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Adding an entire playlist to my playlist.

JMsWorld
Casual Listener

This is random, but I kinda need a little help.

I have a playlist that I made for an Instagram page of mine, it has 300+ songs in it. I want to recreate that entire playlist (so have a double of the entire playlist) but I’m not sure how to do that. I’ve tried clicking the ‘copy playlist’ thing but it doesn’t add the songs, it just copy’s the name.

 

I could individually click ‘add to playlist’ on every single song, but I was curious as to if there’s a simple way to do this more quickly. Like the button that lets you add an entire album to a playlist if you know what I mean.

 

(Apparently this information could be helpful.)

Plan

Free

 

Device

I use Spotify on an iPhone 5s, iPad Air and a Windows PC.

 

Operating System

The most recent iOS and Windows (not fully sure what they are, I think iOS12 and Windows 10, but I really don’t know).

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Re: Adding an entire playlist to my playlist.

landonharris88
Composer

Hey @JMsWorld, the simplest way to accomplish this would be to use the Spotify app on your PC. Open the playlist that you want to copy, and press CTRL+A to select all of the songs, right click on one of them, and select "add to playlist." This will allow you to add all of the songs in one playlist to another!

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