8 YouTube Music Tips and Tricks You Should Really Be Using

MakeUseOf | 4/9/2019 | Shubham Agarwal
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YouTube Music is laden with features which help it take on its competitors. You can leverage YouTube’s vast library of covers, watch videos, and listen to personalized playlists.

However, underneath the surface, there are other handy features which you may not be making use of. Here are some YouTube Music tips and tricks you really should be using.

Music - Service - Search - Option - Track

Every music streaming service has a search option so that you can specifically look up a track. But there are times when you can’t quite remember the title. You might have heard it in a pub and are only able to recall a few lyrics. Fortunately, YouTube Music has got you covered as it takes the standard search function to the next level.

On YouTube Music, you can type in the lyrics you can remember and there’s a good chance the song you’re looking for will be in the results. So for instance, if you search for “Jerusalem bells are ringing,” YouTube Music will promptly fetch Coldplay’s Viva La Vida. The feature works both on the mobile apps and web apps.

One - Music - Places - Connectivity - Flights

No one likes being stranded without their music in places where there’s no connectivity. On flights, for example. Forgetting to download your library for offline use is something that can happen to the best of us. YouTube Music has a solution for this.

It comes with a feature called Offline Mixtape which can automatically offload a handful of tracks based on your past listening history. You can configure it to download between one and 100 songs it thinks you might like.

Option - Offline - Mixtape - Library - >

The option to enable Offline Mixtape is available under Library > Downloads on the service’s Android and iOS apps. There, you can switch it on and employ the slider to set the number of songs it should download on its own.

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