Is it possible to design a specific playlist?

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Håkan Lindholm

19 Mar, 2021 08:17 AM

I wonder if it is possible to design a specific playlist?

I.e. the option to specifically selct in which order the songs are going to be played in the list and to save that order.

I have looked around but can't find such an option. I now there is a lot of fancy options for playlists under the "match" but for me that want to specifically design the playing order of songs in the list I cant find any such an option.

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by hendrik on 19 Mar, 2021 09:19 AM

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    Every playlist has a natural order. That's the order it is on when sorted by the blank column header. When sorted by natural order, you can simply drag songs around to change their position.

    Hope this answers your question.

  2. 2 Posted by Håkan Lindholm on 19 Mar, 2021 09:38 AM

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    Thanks for the help,


    It works now, I tried to drag the songs around before but could not make it work.

    But now it works fine when I start from the blank kolumn.


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  3. Support Staff 3 Posted by hendrik on 19 Mar, 2021 12:55 PM

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    Great! :-)

    I should add that it only works for user created playlists in their natural order. This means that Genius lists or the general library list etc. cannot be re-ordered that way, because they are read-only.

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