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Not exactly what you're looking for, but this website lets you create Spotify playlists based on loved tracks and recommendations. Maybe you can contact the guy who made it can adapt it if you contact him. Edit: Actually you can use Playlistify to import XSPF playlists into Spotify.


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You can't get to specific songs. It's a radio station and they select what to play. You can influence the selections by liking or disliking selections, and that will tailor what future selections will be like, but you can't ask for a particular song like you can when you buy a song on a CD or on iTunes.


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A pretty fast work around for this in almost as many steps as using the non free 3rd party website, with only a few more clicks than number of videos in the playlist would be: Empty your watch later list On the playlist page, starting with the last video on the bottom of the playlist so they will be in order, add all the videos to "watch later" (there is a ...


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Your method maybe easier than what I am about to tell you but for some reason I can remember this URL. Go to their channel Select "Playlist" on their channel (the tob tabs) you should see the url end (or near the end) with a long list of alphanumeric characters Paste this right before that set of characters http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL This ...


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YouTube has removed this in the latest UI update. Most likely it was underused and didn't fit anywhere in the new UI so they removed it.


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The closest program I can think of to accomplish that would be the FireFox extension BYTubeD. With it, you can browse to the playlist, and just run it, and it will collect all the videos neatly like this: http://cl.ly/KYO2 (Don't ask, I just found a random playlist). Then you can copy and format as you wish.


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Sadly, I believe the only way is to remove the songs and add them again in the order you want them. The song you add first will be at the top, the last one at the bottom. Or add them to a new playlist in the order you want and remove the original one.


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I figured it out. There are two icons/buttons above the playlist videos to the right of the currently playing video. They look like they are for "Repeat" and "Shuffle" but the one that looks like "Repeat" is actually "Autoplay" and disabling that seems to do the trick... for now.


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With YouTube's new interface, there is a blog entry that shows you how to copy playlists in YouTube: Copy Playlist. It uses a third party service: http://youtubeplaylist.net. It really helps me out of managing playlists.


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The only suggestion I've seen thus far is to go to the playlist, add all the items to your watch later list, then select them all and select to add them all to a new playlist. It's hackish and silly. I wanted to execute some javascript via an in browser editor to add each video to the watch later list in one fell swoop. Unfortunately jQuery doesn't seem to ...


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In the old YouTube, if I'm watching a video from my playlist, I could delete Youtube new additions allow you to Delete videos (for non-autogenerated playlist and unless they have been deleted already). and rearrange videos in that playlist using the bar at the bottom of the page This functionality is still lost in the playlist (or at least I ...


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I was quite frustrated for this problem too. The only solution I found was to code a Greasemonkey (Firefox add-on) script to manipulate the YouTube interface. It works also on Chrome. Check this out: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/123272 Enjoy ;)


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You can create your playlist of Youtube videos in mixpod or playlist.com and it will at least show you which vidoes are lost. Caveates: This works only for videos whose content owner allows embedding. I'm not aware of an option to import playlists from Youtube on either site so you need to add the links manually. playlist.com is not availabe in certain ...


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dj2q.com is a web app that uses YouTube for creative collaborative playlists. No log in required. Just type in a room name to enter or create. It should be available in all countries.


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http://www.jampri.com does exactly that. You sign in with Facebook connect and can create a playlist that only you and your friends can add songs to it. As the playlist creator you can decide which songs stay inside. You and everyone else can also vote on songs up/down etc. Try it out. Oh, it works with youTube videos so you find and add to playlist ...


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Spotify allow you to create collaborative playlists that several users can edit and reorder. Unfortunately I was unable to find a playlist voting system. It would be a really cool idea to implement.


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Neat concept, but no such system exists due to lack of a decent market size. Your best bet is to create a station on Pandora or related music service, and then seed the station with song / artist suggestions from the people in your office.



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