Understanding playlist pages on YouTube

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A playlist on YouTube is a collection of videos that can be viewed sequentially and shared with other users. It's a great way to organize and group videos based on a common theme, like music videos from a certain artist, tutorials on a specific subject, or your favorite cooking recipes.

Here's how you can understand and navigate playlist pages on YouTube:

1. **Accessing a Playlist**: You can access a playlist from a YouTube channel's homepage or from a video that's part of a playlist. When you're watching a video that's part of a playlist, you'll see the playlist name listed below the video. Click on it to access the full playlist.

2. **Navigating a Playlist**: Once you're on the playlist page, you'll see the list of videos in the playlist on the right side of the screen. You can scroll through this list to see all the videos. The video currently playing is highlighted.

3. **Playing a Playlist**: To play the videos in the playlist, simply click on the "Play All" button at the top of the playlist. The videos will play in the order they're listed, starting with the first video.

4. **Shuffling and Looping**: You can also choose to shuffle the videos or loop the playlist using the buttons next to the "Play All" button.

5. **Saving a Playlist**: If you want to save the playlist to your own YouTube account to watch later, click on the "Save" button. This will add the playlist to your library.

6. **Sharing a Playlist**: If you want to share the playlist with others, click on the "Share" button. This will give you a link that you can send to others.

7. **Editing a Playlist**: If it's a playlist you've created, you can also add, remove, or reorder videos. To do this, click on the "Edit" button.

Remember, you need to be signed in to your Google account to create, save, and edit playlists.

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