The digital music, podcast, and video streaming service - Spotify, is definitely becoming a platform where people find lots of joy. A big part of users’ enjoyment on Spotify is the playlist feature as a core component with a diverse and curated collection of songs to suit everyone’s taste.
Speaking of Spotify playlists, in this article, we’ll share how you can select multiple songs on Spotify and move them as you please. In addition, we have some other tips and tricks you should also know and try out on your own.
Without further ado, let’s see how it is done.
Additionally, you can select several songs that are listed in a playlist.
You can do this using the Spotify desktop app. These are the steps to do it:
Here you will see all the local music you selected earlier. You can use the sorting option (top-right of the playlist) and set it to Custom order by default. This will sort your music by artist, track name, etc. Also, you can click on Create Playlist (left sidebar) to add your local music to a fresh playlist.
Reminder: Remember that you can select all the songs that are stored in Local Files by pressing Ctrl + A (Windows), or Cmd + A (Mac).
Absolutely! However, you need to do it manually.
Quick note: If you right-click on an existing playlist, you will see the option saying Create a similar playlist this option does not duplicate a Spotify playlist but just creates another one with similar music to your current one.
You can make one super big playlist to add all the songs you’ve liked and save them to your library. This way works the best for those having a Spotify Premium subscription and who want to download a big playlist for traveling and listen to it without data usage.
Another Reminder: Spotify treats Liked Songs like its own playlist, so, if you want to save them for offline listening, click on Download (this is only available for premium subscribers).
On a different note, if Spotify is not playing your downloaded song, you can always check out how to fix that - we have a post to help you with that as well.
Also, you can fix when Spotify keeps pausing - we have another blog post on that too.
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