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In a way, live streaming services like Spotify have made things a lot easier for music lovers by giving us access to almost unlimited music catalogs from around the world in a single subscription. But sometimes, your playlists on Spotify become too hard to handle, forcing you to spend a lot of time checking and filtering to get your jam. But these tips and trips can help organize your Spotify playlist.
Organize your playlists using folders
Spotify has a desktop and web feature, “Create a folder” that will save you a hard time finding a complete playlist. All you have to do is combine the same playlists for easy access. You can arrange them by ten years, by type or by heart condition. All you have to do is go to the desktop app or web player, right-click a playlist, create a folder and name it.
Keep your music library fresh
That playlist you made last year when you decided you would only listen to UK music from one obscure producer? It may just need an update. If you have Spotify Premium, you can simply click the Énhance ”button at the top of the playlist to allow the app to suggest customized songs that match other songs in the playlist. This uses the Spotify algorithm to automatically add recommended songs such as the one you already liked.
Navigate to your library easily
If you have trouble filtering all of your saved tracks, the “Your Library” search feature is your best friend. Just tap the search icon to browse for a specific song or artist, or filter your music by using the ‘Recently Played’, “Recently Added”, “Alphabet” or “Creator” filters.
Personalize your playlist with a photo
Another way to take your playlist game to the next level is to add custom cover art. In the Spotify mobile app, press the three-dot icon next to the play button and select “Edit to upload a new image to your phone’s gallery. When using the web or desktop player, you can simply open the playlist and click on the existing cover image to convert it to something new.