Summary: Missing the party playlist you lost on Spotify? Now here's how you can recover deleted playlists on Spotify. Read on to know different methods to recover the playlists from Spotify account.
Nicky is a music student in California. She loves to listen to the different kinds of music compositions. What could be a better medium for her than Spotify? It brings the world’s music at her fingertips. She can carry her favorite playlists for different music genres and access them ‘on the go’ on multiple devices.
But, one day, while sorting her Spotify playlists, she by mistake deleted her carefully curated African-American Blues collection! A gaffe, which she couldn’t afford.
Did you also accidentally delete your Spotify Playlist like Nicky? Or your Playlist has disappeared from Spotify?
Apart from deletion, Spotify songs may simply disappear from the Library due to a technical glitch.
No worries…here we bring the easy ways to get back the lost and deleted Spotify Playlists.
Spotify is a music streaming service. With Spotify you can play millions of songs and podcasts for free. You can also listen to the songs and discover your love for music from all over the world. There are multiple choices for browsing. You can search through the interface by artist, album, genre, playlist, record label, and direct searches.
How to Recover Spotify Playlists
Spotify has a playlist recovery feature in the users’ account options. You can use it to recover Spotify songs that were deleted. Further, an Undo command is helpful when you immediately use it after deleting the songs from your Spotify Library.
If this doesn’t work, contact Spotify team to get help regarding the lost tracks.
Methods to recover Spotify Library/Playlists
- Recover songs with your Spotify account
- Use the Undo command
- Contact Spotify Support
1. Recover songs with your Spotify account
To recover songs in Spotify, the music platform has a ‘Restore’ feature. Use it to get the deleted songs and playlists back in Spotify Library.
What you have to do:
- Sign in to your account in Spotify app or webpage. If you are on Spotify web player, click on the down arrow next to your name on the top right corner. Select ‘Account’.
It will direct you to the Spotify web page. Now, login again.
- On the left pane, click Recover playlists
- On the right pane, find your deleted playlist. Click Restore in front of it.
2.Use Undo command
If ever, you delete the playlist and immediately realize the slip up, undo your mistake quickly there and then.
Hit Ctrl+Z on keyboard (for Windows PC) or Cmd+Z (for Mac). Your last action, i.e., Spotify playlist deleted, will be undone.
Note: This method will not work on Spotify’s web player.
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3. Contact Spotify Support
Spotify Support Team is quick to respond to the complaints directed to its Twitter account. If you are unable to recover deleted playlist with the ‘Restore’ feature, tweet the problem to @SpotifyCares.
Downloaded Spotify songs for offline listening are missing!
Does it get difficult to find songs from your several playlists? Follow this Tip to manage your Spotify playlist
Place your Spotify playlists into folders. This makes finding them easier. Click on the three dots on the top and follow File >New Playlist Folder. Next, a folder is created under the Playlists. Give a name to it and move your desired playlists into it.
Note: This option is only available in the desktop version of Spotify.
Benefits of Music Streaming apps –
- Music streaming apps are easy to access, you can listen to them offline as well as online on both Mobile or on System.
- It provides you large catalogue of Music, the best playlist Recommendation, a variety of plans (More Music, less trouble).
- It saves music from piracy.
- You can make your own playlist and share it with other people.
- The sound quality is way better.
Deletion of Spotify Playlists is a common issue. Spotify’s Recovery feature rescues in such case. However, if your songs have vanished from Spotify without tapping on the delete button, it could be due to a technical fault. You may contact the Spotify team for help.