Apple has released a new iOS 17.3 update and in this update Apple has featured a new function named “Collaborative Playlist.” I know you came here for a guide on how to use this feature, not only in terms of creating but also in using Collaborative Playlists on Apple Music with your friends. I will provide you with all the related information so keep reading.
What is a Collaborative Playlist on Apple Music in iOS 17.3? In this Collaborative Playlist feature we can invite other users to join in and they can listen and also have the ability to add songs to that playlist. This will help you create the best playlist, especially if you are in a long-distance relationship. Using this Collaborative Playlist on Apple Music, you and your partner can feel connected.
As of now, Apple has not officially declared the number of people who can collaborate. According to sources, there is no limit at the moment—no matter how many people can contribute to a shared playlist. In the future Apple might introduce some user authentication features, allowing only particular users or approval-type authentication to contribute.
Collaborating in Playlists on Apple Music
- Launch the Apple Music app on your device.
- Go to the Library tab.
- Tap on “Select Playlists.”
- Click on “New Playlist…“
- Give a unique name to your playlist and add a profile picture.
- Click on “Create” in the top right corner.
- You can now invite others to join the playlist you created, and you can start adding music to this playlist.
- Click on the top icon with a human.
- You can now apply authentication if you want to approve collaborations. You can switch on the option for only approved collaborators or allow anyone with the link to join this playlist.
You can also remove a person that you no longer want to be in the playlist.
Note: The link that you shared is valid for seven days only. If a user wants to join after seven days, you have to share a new link to collaborate on the Playlist on Apple Music.
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