How to protect your collaborative playlists?

The music industry has gone through a lot of changes over the past decades. But the most important question is how much the use of music by ordinary people has changed.

How to protect your collaborative playlists?

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Some time ago, you had to buy records or CDs to hear new tracks from your favorite artist. Today, you can simply pay a monthly subscription to any of the music streaming services and get a multi-million library of songs on your phone.

One of the world’s most popular streaming services is Sweden’s application Spotify. Today it is available in more than 120 countries around the world and offers its users both paid and free subscription versions. The app’s media library has more than 50 million tracks and more than 4 million playlists, which are increasing every day.

One of the most interesting features of this service is the opportunity is to listen to different playlists. In addition to existing albums, every user can create his own playlists, including there all the songs he likes.

In addition to private playlists, it is possible to make them collaborative and share them with your buddies or relatives. They get access to the next actions:

  • edit the order of tracks playback;
  • delete some songs there;
  • add new compositions according to own taste.

One of the questions users often ask about collaborative playlists is, “I want to make a collaborative playlist on Spotify with my friends and some random persons who have started to follow my playlist. However, I don’t want them to add or delete any of the tracks. Is there a way to have just my friends be able to add and delete stuff and not these random people?”

Well, unfortunately, you may not be satisfied with the answer, since Spotify has no possibility for random blocking of accesses.

The only thing you can do to protect your playlist that is accessible to random people is to make regular data backups. In this case, if something happens, you can always restore all the data. In general, a lot of users are waiting for a new feature of this kind from the developers, and they, in their turn, assure that they will start working on it in the near future. We just have to wait.

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If you want to transfer your music from the old platform to the new one, the convenient MusConv application can help you with that. Here are some of the main advantages that set it apart from other similar services:

  • it works with more than 50 music platforms;
  • it has a free trial period;
  • it can transport not only tracks, albums, and playlists, but also artists’ biographies, videos of their concerts, and other music content.