If you like another user’s public playlist and want to listen to songs regularly, you don’t need to copy the list. Instead, just subscribe to the user to get permanent access to their compilation.
With playlists, you can group different songs on the Spotify music streaming service and listen to them in one piece. If you found an exciting list from another user, or want to process parts of an existing list into a new playlist, you can copy the playlist to Spotify.
However, if you only like individual songs or sections of the playlist, you can copy parts of the playlist from Spotify. To do this, you need to open Spotify through a client on a PC, since copying through the application and in the browser does not work:
1. Open the Spotify client.
2. Manage the playlist you want to copy individual songs from.
3. Hold down the “CTRL” key and click on the songs you want to transfer to your list.
4. With all songs selected, right-click anywhere on the Spotify client.
5. A context menu will open. Select Add to Playlist.
6. Create a new playlist or add songs to an existing playlist.
7. If you want to copy the entire playlist, you don’t need to select all songs individually, you can use the familiar shortcut to select all items: “CTRL” + “A”.
In the same way, you can also transfer a playlist from one account to another. Make sure the original playlist is set to “public” so you can access it from a different account.
Using the fairly simple steps described above will allow you to easily and without any problems use all the wide functionality of the Swedish music streaming service Spotify, in particular, the transfer of playlists.
It is quite natural that each user cares about the preservation of the music collections he created, which can be safely considered as personal mini-collections of streaming music, the creation of which was spent time and effort.