DRmare Apple Music Converter

An audio converter to convert Apple Music, iTunes songs, Audible audiobooks and any audio file

  • Convert Apple Music, Audible audiobooks, and more audio files
  • Batch convert Apple Music in a fast speed with original quality kept
  • Output Apple Music to plain audio formats, like MP3, AAC, WAV, etc.
  • Convert and share collab playlist on Apple Music with others

How to Make a Collaborative Playlist on Apple Music

"Can you make collab playlists on Apple Music?" Apple Music is a popular music streaming service, on which you can access to over 100 millions of tracks. Although there is direct feature of making collaborative playlist on Apple Music, it allows you to collect and create Apple Music playlist and share playlists on Apple Music with your friends and families.

When it comes to making Apple Music shared playlist, maybe some users don't know how to do that. But no worry. Here in this post, we will show you how to make a shared playlist on Apple Music. Moreover, we will also introduce another ways to make Apple Music collaborative playlists and save Apple Music for using forever via third-party apps. Let's go!

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Part 1. How to Make a Collaborative Playlist on Apple Music

To make collaborative Apple Music playlist, we need to create a new Apple Music playlist. And then we need to add the Apple Music tracks to this playlist. Besides, Apple Music is available on computers with iTunes and mobile devices. Thus, here let's see how to create a shared playlist on Apple Music on different devices.

How to Make an Apple Music Collaborative Playlist on Mac/Windows Computer

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Step 1. Launch iTunes or Apple Music app from your computer.

Step 2. Click top menu "File" > "New" > "Playlist". Or press "Cmd + N". Then you can generate a playlist.

Step 3. It will show up on the sidebar, you can start typing to give it a name. Then hit "Enter".

Step 4. Drag and drop music you like to your playlist in the sidebar.

How to Make a Shared Playlist on Apple Music on iPhone, iPod Touch and Android Device

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Step 1. Launch the Apple Music app.

Step 2. Touch on 'Library' at the bottom of the main screen.

Step 3. Click on 'Playlist' and then hit 'New Playlist'.

Step 4. Define a name for your playlist and hit on 'Add Music'.

Step 5. Find and choose the music you want to import, then press 'Done'.

How to Create a Shared Playlist on Apple Music on iPad

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Step 1. Open the Music app.

Step 2. Scroll down to the bottom of the sidebar and hit 'New Playlist'.

Step 3. Add a name for your playlist and then touch 'Add Music'.

Step 4. Select the tracks you want to add and hit 'Done'.

Part 2. How to Share Apple Music Collaborative Playlist

By making the collaborative playlist Apple Music, you can listen to Apple Music off line anywhere and anytime. Of course, you can also share Apple Music collaborative playlist with friends and family. But, how can you share playlists on Apple Music? Please don't worry. Now let's learn how to do it step-by-step.

Note: To let others get access to your Apple Music playlist, please make sure to toggle the shared Playlist to "On".

How to Share Apple Music Collaborative Playlist on iPhone and iPad

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Step 1. Set up the Apple Music app on your device.

Step 2. Tap 'Library' and then 'Playlists'.

Step 3. Choose the playlist you want to share on the 'Playlists' menu.

Step 4. Click on the 'three-dot' icon and then you will see the 'More' menu.

Step 5. Choose 'Share' option and then you will see some options to share your playlist.

Step 6. Besides, you could tap 'Edit' from the top-right corner of the screen. In there, you can show off your playlist on your Apple Music profile.

Step 7. Touch once on the toggle right next to the 'Show on My Profile and in Search'. Then you can make your playlist visible on your profile. And then click 'Done' to confirm it.

How to Share Collaborative Apple Music Playlist on Mac

Step 1. Go to the Apple Music app on your Mac computer.

Step 2. Find your Apple Music playlist on the "Library" tab.

Step 3. Then tap the three-dot icon and choose "Share Playlist". You can either copy link, share it via Facebook, Twitter, Email.

Note: If you'd like to share local Apple Music playlists with others, please remove DRM from Apple Music first.

Part 3. How to See a Friend's Shared Playlist on Apple Music

If your friends share Apple Music playlists with you, you can also view them with ease. Below are the steps for you to check out how to do.

Step 1. Open Apple Music on your mobile device.

Step 2. Touch on the 'For You' button.

Step 3. Click on your avatar at the top right corner.

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Step 4. Hit on the 'View Profile'.

Step 5. Choose and tap on one of your friends under 'Following'.

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After then, you could check the shared playlist on Apple Music by your friends.

Part 4. How to Add Songs to a Shared Apple Music Playlist

From above, we'd learned how to make and share Apple Music collaborative playlist. Now, we will see how to add songs to collaborative playlist Apple Music. There are multiple methods to import songs to your shared playlist Apple Music. You can either do it within the iTunes, Music app or third party apps like Shazam. Following are the best methods.

How to Add Songs to Collaborative Playlist on Apple Music on Windows/Mac computer

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Method 1: Drag and drop the song/album you want to the new playlist under the left-hand sidebar.

Method 2: Right-click 'Now Playing' interface. Then choose "Add to Playlist" > [Playlist Name].

How to Add Songs to Apple Music Shared Playlist on Mobile Phone

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Method 1: Click "Library" > "Playlists". Then tap "Edit" button > "Add Music". Next, you can choose any music from your local music library.

Method 2: On the "Now Playing" window, click the three-dot icon. And then you can choose "Add to Playlist" > [Playlist Name].

Part 5. How to Make Collab Playlist on Apple Music via Caset

The above methods allow Apple Music subscribers to create and share playlists with others. But they can't edit shared Apple Music playlists at the same time, such as adding or removing songs from the list together. So, here, let's meet the Caset, Next-Gen Mixtapes app for iOS.

It has the ability to invite your friends to edit Apple Music collab playlists directly via the collaborative feature. Users can customize the cover art of Apple Music, add or remove songs to the mixtape, and see who did this action. Now, let's see how it works to make collab playlist on Apple Music.

How to Make Apple Music Collab Playlist Directly

Step 1. Install and fire up the Caset app on your iOS devices. And then, please log into your Apple account.

Step 2. There are some built-in pre-made playlists or mixtapes. You can select favorite mixtape template and create a new playlist by clicking the Create Mix icon.

Step 3. Now, you can start to hit on 'Add Track' > '+' button to add liked Apple Music songs to this playlist

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Step 4. Tap the 'Continue' and 'Share Invitation' buttons to start collaborating Apple Music playlists with others. You can share collab playlists on Apple Music via email or a group chat.

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Step 5. Collaborators can assess and edit this playlist together by clicking the three-dot > Edit icon.

Part 6. Save Apple Music Collaborative Playlist for Listening Offline Forever

To use Apple Music collaborative playlist forever, the official way is to subscribe to Apple Music. If you cancel the service, all your songs and playlists will be ditched immediately.

But here, let's meet DRmare Apple Music Playlist Converter, which is designed to unlock Apple Music and convert Apple Music to MP3, M4B, and so on. With this tool, you will really own the songs and keep and share Apple Music playlist any way you want.

DRmare Apple Music Converter

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  • Easy-to-use interface, no learning curve required to use the software
  • Use direct cracking technology instead of recording, 30X faster and lossless
  • Convert Apple Music M4P to common audio files for playback on any devices/players
  • Enable you to copy Apple Music to USB, SD Card, burn CDs, sharing via emails

How to Convert and Save Apple Music Collaborative Playlist Forever

Here we will guide you how to use DRmare Apple Music Converter. Then you can see how to convert Apple Music and save Apple Music for using forever.

Step 1Import Apple Music Playlist
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First, download the streaming songs from the playlist you want to share. And then drag and drop the playlist from the iTunes library to the DRmare Apple Music Converter's main screen. Or click the "Add Files" to browse the music files to import.
Step 2Select a new format for Apple Music songs
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Just click the "format" icon from the bottom right. And then select the one you want from the drop list. Generally, MP3 is a highly recommended format due to its high quality and small size. Also, you can alter the Apple Music audio parameters like bit rate and more.
Step 3Download and keep Apple Music playlist forever
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At last, you can one-click on the "Convert" button to start the converting Apple Music process. With the 30X faster batch converting speed, you can get Apple Music collaborative playlist converted quickly. When it is done, just copy and paste the songs from the playlists and play them anywhere and anytime.

Part 7. In Conclusion

In this post, you'd learned how to make shared Apple Music playlist via the official way and how to make Apple Music collaborative playlist via Caset app. What's more, you got an extra tip to get Apple Music free forever via DRmare Audio Converter. And then you can use collaborative playlists on Apple Music anywhere and anytime as you like.

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