How to copy a playlist on Spotify

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If you’re listening to someone else’s playlist and wish a certain was gone or included, you’re out of luck. Unless it’s a collaborative playlist, you cannot edit playlists by someone else. You can, however, copy all of the songs from another playlist one that you can manipulate. Here’s how to copy a playlist on Spotify.

Read more: How to add songs to a playlist on Spotify

QUICK ANSWER 

To copy a Spotify playlist, open the Spotify app. Navigate to the playlist you wish to copy and select all of the songs within it. Right-click those songs and then choose either Add to new playlist or select the preexisting playlist you want to copy all of the songs to.


JUMP TO KEY SECTIONS 

The ability to copy playlists is invaluable when it comes to using Spotify. It’s extremely useful when you want to copy others’ playlists and when you have to move around data.

Say, for example, you are being added to a plan and have to start using a new, different account. If you have another Spotify account, the new one obviously won’t have all your saved “Liked Songs” or playlists.

While you wouldn’t be able to copy over your saved listening history that Spotify uses in their algorithm, you could essentially port over all of the important music from the last account. All you would have to do is make your old account’s playlists public and copy those playlists on the new account.

So many doors are opened by copying public playlists, and it all starts here.

How to copy a playlist on Spotify (desktop)

To copy any playlist, be it yours or someone else’s, you must have the Spotify application installed on your computer. Yes, you must have a computer.

Open the Spotify app and find the playlist you want to copy. In this case, I want to make a copy of The Going Quantum Playlist, by the Going Quantum.

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Next, select all of the songs within the playlist.

  • To do this on a Windows computer, press Ctrl+a on your keyboard.
  • To do this on an Apple computer, press Command+a on your keyboard.
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Finally, right-click anywhere on the highlighted songs and move your cursor down to Add to playlist. Here you have two options:

  • Select the preexisting playlist you want to copy the playlist to.
  • Select Add to new playlist to create a new playlist using all of the songs from the playlist you are copying.
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How to make a playlist public or private

If you want to copy one of your playlists from another account, you will need to make sure your original playlists are public and displayed on your profile.

Android and iOS

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  • On your Android or iOS device, open up the Spotify mobile app.
  • Go to Your Library and press the playlist you want to make public or private.
  • Press the button underneath the playlist title.
  • Scroll down until you see the Make private or Make public button; this will have a lock icon next to it. Select this.

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  • Right-click the playlist you want to publicize (add to your profile) or privatize (remove from your profile).
  • Click the option that says either Add to profile or Remove from profile.

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