How do I use the My Playlists feature?

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Similar to the "Drives" feature in BPM Create, our new “My Playlists” feature allows users to create custom playlists from all the songs featured in our library. Plus, there is no limit to how many custom playlists you can make.

How to create a custom playlist

To create a new custom playlist, please refer to the following steps:

  1. Click the "My Playlists" section on the panel to your left.
  2. Click on “Create New Folder.”
  3. In the pop-up, name the folder to your liking and click on "Create New Folder."
  4. Click inside your new folder.
  5. Click on “Create New Playlist”
  6. In the pop-up, name your new playlist to your liking and click on "Create New Playlist."

 

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How to add tracks to your playlist

To add tracks to your custom playlist, click on the three-dotted line next to your desired track, and click on "Add to Playlist". From there, select the folder of your playlist and the playlist of your choice. You can also use the same menu to create new playlists, if you'd like.

 

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Alternatively, you can also add tracks to your playlist by dragging the track to your playlist.

 

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How to remove tracks from your playlist

To remove tracks from your custom playlist, go to your playlist and click on the three-dotted link next to the track you would like to remove. Select "Delete Track."

 

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How to rename, delete, or share your playlist

To rename, delete, or share your playlist, simply go to your playlist and click on the three dotted lines in the upper right corner to access the menu.

 

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How to rename or delete your folder

To rename or delete your folder, go to your folder and click on the three-dotted lines next to "My Playlists".

 

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How to download your playlist

To download tracks from your custom playlist, you will have to download them individually by clicking on the track's version (C,IC,D,ID etc), or add them to your crate, which you can read here for more information.