Apple Music allows users to create and share collaborative playlists. Here are the general steps to create and use collaborative playlists on Apple Music:

Creating a Collaborative Playlist:

  1. Open Apple Music:
    • Open the Apple Music app on your iOS device or Mac.
  2. Create a New Playlist:
    • Tap on the “Library” tab at the bottom of the screen.
    • Select “Playlists” and tap on the “+” or “New Playlist” option.
  3. Name Your Playlist:
    • Give your playlist a name and description.
  4. Make it Collaborative:
    • To make the playlist collaborative, turn on the “Collaborative Playlist” option. This option is usually a toggle switch.
  5. Add Songs:
    • Start adding songs to your collaborative playlist. You can search for songs, albums, or artists and add them to the playlist.
  6. Share the Playlist:
    • Once you’ve added some songs, tap on the three dots (…) or the “More” option.
    • Choose “Share” and select how you want to share the playlist (via Messages, Mail, AirDrop, etc.).

Collaborating on the Playlist:

  • Invite Contributors:
    • Share the playlist link with friends or contacts.
    • When they receive the link, they can open it in Apple Music.
  • Contributing to the Playlist:
    • Once someone has the link, they can open the playlist and add or remove songs.
    • Collaborators can make changes to the playlist as long as it remains set as a collaborative playlist.
  • Notifications:
    • You may receive notifications about changes made by others to keep you updated on the playlist’s modifications.


  • These steps might vary slightly depending on the version of the Apple Music app and your device’s operating system.
  • Ensure that you and your collaborators are using the latest version of the Apple Music app.

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