YouTube Music Adds New Library Sorting Options, Changes Flagship Playlist Name to ‘My Supermix’

YouTube Music users can now sort their library through three ways – recently added, A to Z, or Z to A.

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YouTube Music Adds New Library Sorting Options, Changes Flagship Playlist Name to ‘My Supermix’

YouTube Music has added new library sorting options and renamed its flagship Your Mix playlist

Highlights
  • Desktop users can now sort music alphabetically on YouTube Music
  • There are now three ways to sort out music
  • YouTube Music has also renamed its flagship playlist to ‘My Supermix.’

YouTube Music is adding new ways to sort the music library for desktop. Users can now sort their library through three ways – recently added, A to Z, or Z to A. This feature was already available on Android devices, and is now rolling out to the Web as well. YouTube has also renamed its flagship playlist ‘Your Mix,' which features personalised music recommendations, to ‘My Supermix.' This change will be rolling out to Android, iOS, and desktop.

With Google Play Music officially shutting down, Google is rolling out more updates for YouTube Music to encourage users to transfer to this music streaming service.

Under the ‘Your Mix' icon, there was a line that described the playlist as ‘Endless personalized music.' The text below ‘My Supermix,' which has just started rolling out, says, ‘Formerly Your Mix.' The cover art remains the same as it was before – a pinkish red background with a YouTube logo on the top-left corner and a circular design on the right. My Supermix appears in the ‘Mixed for you' category on the home page.

After playing songs from the library, however, we noticed that the playlist is still referred to as ‘Your Mix,' in the Recent Activity category, with the old description.

You can now also choose to segregate your liked songs, songs in a playlists, or even entire playlists alphabetically. Earlier, you could only sort it via recently added. A Reddit user pointed this out and on trying, we noticed that we too were able to sort out our songs via A to Z or Z to A, or by recently added.

YouTube Music has been adding new features and seems to be rolling out even more updates now that Google Play Music is no longer available. The new features, although not extraordinary, will help make the music-streaming service more user-friendly, which could bring more users of the erstwhile Google Play Music to shift to YouTube Music.


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Tanishka Sodhi Tanishka Sodhi is a sub-editor at Gadgets 360. As a journalist, she has covered education, culture, and media and mental health. She is interested in the intersection of technology and culture, and its impact on everyday lives. Tanishka is a staunch advocate of gender equality, and the correct use of commas. You can get in touch with her via Twitter at @tanishka_s2 or drop a mail at tanishkas@ndtv.com. More
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