If you are fond of listening to Spotify music and want to learn how to make a customized playlist on Spotify, then you are at the right place. Whether you are after tunes that may help you with your sleep, sounds to entertain your children, or perhaps a selection of inspiring albums, heading to your local record store is off the menu right now.
That is where streaming services like Spotify come in, an app that offers the opportunity to collect, save and even share Spotify playlists with friends. It doesn't matter if you have the free or the paid version, Spotify allows you to make playlists that fit your listening needs and habits while exploring any kind of music.
In this tutorial, you will become a pro in making a Spotify playlist either on desktop or mobile, how to delete a playlist, how to edit that playlist and how to add and remove songs.
Easy peasy! You just need to take three simple steps for the desktop version of Spotify. First and foremost, you need to make a playlist, then fill it with your fave tunes and edit when needed.
This will take you to your newly created playlist and it will also be listed in the left sidebar.
1. Find a song you want to add to your playlist.
2. Click and drag that song to the title of the playlist which is in the left sidebar and you`ll notice a green plus sign on top of the name as you do this.
If you do not have anything in your playlist, there is an option to Go to New Releases. Actually, that is an option for you to find songs and add them to your playlist as well.
Tip: The more you listen to new songs, the more targeted the tune ideas will get and so Spotify will suggest songs at the bottom of the playlist along with an Add button.
1. First you need to click on the playlist you want to edit.
2. In order to delete a song, click on the three-dot icon which is next to the relevant song and select Remove from this Playlist.
In case you decide to use the free version of the Spotify app on your mobile device, these are the steps to follow in order to create your playlist.
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