How to Enable Playlists on YouTube

Have you ever wanted to keep a list of your favorite music videos in one place?

YouTube has made this easy with its playlists feature.

Whether you want to create a running list of content or just curate your own personal mixtape, it’s easy to do so on YouTube.

In this article, we’ll show you how to enable playlists on YouTube and start organizing your favorite tracks into playlists.

How to enable playlists on YouTube

  1. To enable playlists on YouTube, simply click the three-dot menu button in the upper-right corner of your browser window and select “Settings.”
  2. Under “General” you’ll find a section called “Playlist autoplay” that lets you choose whether or not to have playlist songs auto-play one after another when they are added to a queue. You’ll also see an option for saving your YouTube playlist offline so that it can be viewed even if there’s no internet connection available.
  3. If you’d like to add a song to your current playlist and don’t want to go through the hassle of creating a new one from scratch (or uploading it), simply highlight the track and click on “Add To” below its thumbnail image on YouTube’s website page interface (see Figure 1). From here you can browse through all existing playlists by clicking either Albums or My Playlists at which point everything should become much more intuitive once again: simply click an album cover icon followed by selecting either New Playlist or Edit Listing – whichever suits best!

How to enable YouTube playlist autoplay

YouTube playlist autoplay is a feature that automatically plays the next video in a playlist.

This means you can have it set up so that every time you watch one video, another one will play automatically after.

This feature can be turned on or off in YouTube’s settings, which are located in your account preferences and privacy settings.

To get there, click your account icon on the top right of any YouTube page and select Settings from the dropdown menu that appears.

Then scroll down until you find “Playlist Autoplay” and click Edit next to it

How to save a YouTube playlist offline

To download a YouTube playlist to your device, all you need to do is:

  • Open the YouTube app and find the playlist you want to save offline.
  • Tap on the three dots in the bottom right corner of the screen and select Download > Playlist (or if it’s not there, tap on More).

How to add a song to your YouTube playlist

When you come across a song on YouTube that you want to add to your playlist, tap the three dots in the top right corner of the video.

A menu will pop up with two options: Save video and Add to playlist.

Tap Add to playlist and then choose an existing playlist or create a new one if none exists.

How to delete a song from your YouTube playlist

  1. Go to your YouTube playlist
  2. Click on the three dots in the top right corner and select ‘Delete’
  3. The song will be removed from your playlist

How to change track order in your YouTube playlist

To change the order of tracks in your playlist:

  1. Drag and drop songs in a playlist.
  2. Click on the arrows to move songs up or down.
  3. You can also click on the shuffle icon to randomize the order of your playlist.

How to sync playlists across devices with Google Play Music

  1. Enable Google Play Music on your phone, tablet and/or computer
  2. Open the Google Play Music app on your device
  3. Go to the menu and select Settings
  4. Select your account name at the top of the screen, then select Devices from the menu at the bottom of your screen
  5. Select Sync playlists


So there you have it, all the tips and tricks you need to get the most out of your YouTube playlists.

It’s not a complicated process but it can be intimidating at first if you’re not familiar with how it works or what each option does.

We hope this guide will help make things easier so that no matter where you are in the world, when a great song comes on, you don’t miss out on hearing it!


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