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My playlist on Spotify: how to get the best out of it

Spotify is a music streaming service that has been around for (way) over 10 years. It offers many features to help you find the perfect playlist, including: Moods (ranging from Classic Rock to Mellow), Playlists (based on time of day or genre), and Genres. Spotify also offers Daily Mixes, which are generated by an algorithm in order to offer a new experience every day!

Spotify provides users with the ability to search for any song, album or artist and then play it immediately from your phone, tablet or computer. The company was founded in 2006 and has since grown to more than 300 million active users worldwide with 100s of millions of tracks. With so many different options available, it can be difficult to find the perfect playlist for any occasion.

So here’s how you find songs for your playlist. 

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The first step in finding your playlist on Spotify is by clicking the “Search” tab at the top left corner of the screen which opens up a search bar where you can type in anything (“Blank Space”, come on, you know you want to). Then play the song and right-click and choose the option “Add to Playlist” and choose the name of your current one. You may have to play around with settings since updates are coming out all the time that kind of swap things around but essentially any song is addable, as soon as you use the right-click menu. 

Where can you take your playlists? You can use Spotify on your computer, phone, or tablet with an Internet connection. It’s easy to sign up for a free account, but there are some differences between a free and premium account including how many songs you can skip per hour. So you may consider upgrading but even the free version of Spotify is mind-blowingly awesome. You can always find the playlist on the left of the main screen. What’s not to love? 

We honestly can’t imagine that situation but what if you grew tired of Spotify or want to look for more options (like Tidal’s sound quality or Pandora’s discovery algorithms)? Have you ever been stuck in a tricky situation where you’re trying to decide which service is best for your music needs? Or maybe you want to transfer your music from one service, like Spotify or Tidal, and get it on another, like Amazon Music. MusConv can help with that! Check out the main page for more info. Ciao! 

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