YouTube Music offers a new way to create a playlist

YouTube Music receives regular updates to keep users interested. After all, there is a lot of competition and it is not easy to compete with services like Spotify. Now another novelty has arrived on this platform. In practice, it is a function that allows you to save the songs that are in our YouTube Music playlist as a playlist.

YouTube Music offers a new way to create a playlist

The 9to5Google site discovered this new feature which consists of a new save button that is present in the app.

When we listen to an album or song below, we have a tab that is below. This results in several songs that are played over the next few minutes and hours. The new Save button will appear right there and allow you to save all of the following songs as a playlist.

YouTube Music playlist
Source: XDA

However, this button has not yet reached all users. That said, it may be a server-side deployment that is incremental.

However, this isn’t the only new addition to this platform. It’s just that YouTube Music has been given an adrenaline mode that gives us instant energy in the morning or when we need it most. It’s also great for the gym. After the modes that allow us to stay focused or relaxed on YouTube Music, we now have the energy function.

There is a new adrenaline mode that gives us energy!

YouTube Music playlist

The site 9to5Google has discovered this novelty, which is already coming to the app for Android and iOS. In the American version, it appears as the last option in the main screen’s activity bar. Around here, it’s the second option and it’s called self-energizing. However, it joins others like Relax, Travel to work, Focus and Training.

YouTube Music playlist

However, this option is not currently available in custom mixes. It already appears out there, and even with several different mixes. Examples of this are the Energy Super Mix and Mixes 1, 2, 3.

YouTube Music playlist

In the iOS version we can already see this change. Not all users on Android yet. It’s not surprising, however. All of these releases are staggered and so it may still take some time to reach all of them.

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