It’s not uncommon for users to have more than one Spotify playlist. But, what if you want to merge those playlists? Maybe it wasn’t such a good idea to have your morning and mid-afternoon music in two different playlists after all. So, how can you merge two different Spotify playlists?
How to Mix Two Spotify Playlists on Android
Note: The following steps must be done on a Mac or Windows computer.
You’re not going to find an integrated feature to merge Spotify playlists. But that doesn’t mean that it’s not possible. If the amount of songs you want to transfer is a lot transferring them manually might seem tedious, but it’s possible.
Go to the Playlist section and open the Playlist you want to move the songs from. If there are several songs you want to move, hold down the Ctrl key and click on the songs you want to move. You’ll know you’ve selected the songs since they’ll be highlighted in grey.
To move the songs you’ve chosen, right-click anywhere on the grey highlight and go to Add to Playlist, followed by New Playlist. As soon as you choose this last option, your selected songs will be transferred to the new or already existing playlist.
By moving your songs to another playlist won’t delete them from where they were. You can always go to the original playlist and erase them there. Still, you can also keep them there just if you ever accidentally erase them. It can be a real hassle trying to remember the name of a song. This way, you can always take a look at the original playlist to refresh your memory.
To remove a song from a Spotify playlist, right-click on the song and choose Remove from playlist. You can also click on the dots to the right to see the same option.
Spotify Playlist Merger
A useful tool to merge your Spotify playlists is Spotify Playlist Merger. To use this tool, click on the Connect with Spotify button.
You’ll need to sign in to your account and agree to a few things that will be displayed for you to read. If you’re ok with the terms, click on the green Agree button. If you ever stop using the service, you can always go to spotify.com/account to remove the access.
The next step will require that you name a playlist. Not to worry if you can’t remember the name. By clicking on the playlist box, you’ll see the name of the available playlists. Once you’ve chosen a name, click on the Next box.
In the second playlist box, add the other playlist’s name and click on the Next button. Here you have two options. You can create a new playlist for your songs or have all your songs in the first playlist you chose. To copy the songs to the first playlist, don’t toggle on the option below where it says Do you want to combine them into a new playlist? Simply click on the Finish option.
If you choose to create a new playlist, you’ll need to develop a name for it. Once you’ve typed it, click on the Finish button below the box. The original playlists are still going to be in their place. If you like to keep your playlists nice and neat, you’ll need to manually erase them.
How to Erase a Spotify Playlist
Erasing a playlist in Spotify is very easy. When you open Spotify, the name of your playlists will be to your left. Right-click on the playlist you want to erase and click on the Erase option.
Spotify will ask you if you’re sure that you want to erase the playlist. If you’re sure, click on the red delete button.
Creating a playlist on Spotify is quick and easy; creating too many is very easy to do. Sooner or later, you find yourself with too many playlists. Knowing how to merge the playlists is a great way to reduce the number of playlists you have and be up to date as to how many you have. How many Spotify playlists do you have to merge? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
This post was written by Judy Sanhz and was first posted to Technipages
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