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Spotify may just seem like a music streaming platform, but like every platform, it has its niches and gems. One feature that Spotify has developed is the ability to see what your friends are listening to and to create playlists with them. This feature is available on both mobile and desktop versions and it has allowed friends to add, delete, and reorder any music playlist within seconds. In a world where new artists pop up every day and new, interdisciplinary genres are invented with every piece of music composed, having multiple opinions to create the perfect playlist has never been easier on Spotify. 

In a few simple steps, you can easily share your playlist with your friends and have them collaborate on it. If you are worried about keeping track of all the music that is on the playlist, you are in good hands. Spotify displays exactly who added which track and when. As demoed in our How to Use the Internet Series: How to Add Songs to a Shared Playlist on Spotify, here are a couple examples of how to craft the best playlist.

How to Add Songs to a Shared Playlist on Spotify 

To add songs to a shared playlist, adhere to the steps below.

  1. Head to your Spotify Homepage in a browser tab 
  2. Go to the specific playlist that was shared with you 
  3. Favorite the Playlist by clicking on the heart icon
  4. Now, you can go ahead and add songs to that playlist

Adding songs to a shared playlist has never been made easier. In a few simple steps, you can draft multiple playlists with your friends whenever you need to. Just simply share the playlist with them and start customizing your playlist. Hey, maybe this playlist can be used as a conversation starter at your next company meeting or Christmas party!

Want to learn more daily tips and lifeskills? Check out the rest of our How to Use the Internet Series. This Youtube series of short video demonstrations are designed to teach users various online skills through visual storytelling, like deleting your Facebook account, ordering groceries online, and more.

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