You can now collaborate on YouTube Music playlists or receive song suggestions from AI

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YouTube Music introduces two new ways to enrich your playlists with new tracks: a collaborative toggle that was revealed to be in development last month and a machine learning “helper” tool.

We got a preview of the collaborative feature last month from 9to5Google. As it stands, the way it was implemented back then is the same as it is now: users can create a playlist, tap the pencil icon on the page to edit it, then hit a new Collaborate button, then recruit people to help with song recommendations. . Users should be able to see who added which songs to the list.

Collaborations are currently available on a limited basis for Android and will soon be expanding to all users as well as the iOS app.

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YTM streamers will also soon see AI-generated song suggestions in their playlist. These suggestions can be based on its existing content or, if new and empty, even on the title of the playlist. All Android users will see this first, followed by iOS peeps.

UPDATED: 8/10/2020 8:42 PM PDT BY JULES WANG

Full deployment

YouTube told us that collaborative playlists are rolling out globally for all users on Android and iOS.

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