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Playlists availability on wikiloops
Creating and managing playlists requires a wikiloops user account, and creating albums is reserved to members who upgraded their account.
Listening to playlists and albums does not require a user account, so if you are here to have a listen, continue on the wikiloops for listeners page.
How to save tracks in a playlist
Setting up playlists happens as you save a track, and you may set up multiple playlists to keep different collections separated - be it one list to store practise routines, one favorite-for-listening or a collaborations-to-join list.
just follow these steps to set up your first playlist:
Enter a name and confirm to create the playlist and to save the track.
From now on, the pop-up dialogue will offer you to add any following tracks either to the playlist you just created, or to create a new list.
Where to find my playlists
To browse your playlists, navigate to your user profile by clicking on your username in the top navigation.
Locate the "playlists"-tab and open it,
and you will either land right on the page displaying your playlist (if you have just one), or to a screen listing all of your playlists.
In the second case, open the playlist you would like to listen to by clicking on the list entry.
For a quick reference on the player controls including the shuffle mode option, please check the audio player controls page.
Editing a playlists order and deleting tracks
To edit a playlist, navigate to the playlist to edit as described above, then click on the "edit"-button offered in the top right corner of the playlists tab.
Now, switch to the "playlist"-tab within the player area to see the tracks list, which now shows the following additional buttons to allow editing:
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