The YouTube Music app lets you find the current and previous songs in your library.
It’s a great way to find songs that are similar or different from the ones you already own.
But how do you find songs in a way that doesn’t require a search?
Here’s what you need to know.
Searching for a song in the app’s Music section When you open the Music app, you’ll find a list of your current music collection.
To search for a particular song, simply tap the “play” icon in the upper-right corner and the search bar will pop up. 2.
Search for the song you want in the Music section To find the song in your collection, tap the top of the search box to display the songs by artist, song title, or genre.
To find all the songs in the library, tap “All Songs” and tap “Play” to start the song search.
To navigate through all the available songs in one search, tap and hold on any of the songs that you want to view.
You can then swipe through the list to select a specific song.
Browse for songs by play title or artist The search bar can be a little confusing at first.
To learn how to navigate through the songs you’ve found, head to the play list and tap the play icon on the right side of the list.
From here, you can tap the song name and tap on the play button to begin a song search, which will return you to the Music App.
To return to the main menu, swipe down to open up the Song search.
You’ll be able to search for any song, including the ones that you’ve already discovered through other methods.
Find the song from a video The video search also has a couple of challenges.
While searching for a specific video, you must be viewing a specific clip from the video.
The YouTube music app has several videos to choose from, but in most cases, YouTube will only return you results for videos that you’re currently viewing.
To help you find video that’s relevant to your interests, the video search has an option that shows the videos you’ve recently watched.
Search videos by play or artist A video can only be viewed in its entirety.
So, in order to find a song that’s a play or a video from a different artist, you need a play list.
You don’t have to search through a video to see the video itself.
To access the playlist, swipe left or right from the top-left corner of the video list to display it.
Once you see the playlist, tap on it to open the playlist.
Tap the “Playlist” button at the top to access the playlists for all the videos that are currently playing.
Explore the videos in the playlist Once you’ve finished viewing a video, the next step is to search it in the video playlist.
To do this, you tap on its title, the artist name, or the song title.
If you’re using a smartphone, you may need to tap the video thumbnail to access its metadata.
You then can filter the videos by genre or artist.
Explore your collection Once you’re finished searching for the playlist you’re interested in, tap its “Explore” button to find videos from the library.
There you’ll be presented with a list containing all the YouTube videos in your playlist.
If the video you’re looking for isn’t there, tap to open it in a new tab.
Search through all videos in a playlist If you’ve selected the videos to view, tap or drag them from the playlist to the video player to see them in full.
You also can search for videos in multiple categories or search the videos on a single playlist.
Add new videos to your playlist When you add a video you want from the “Explore menu,” the next section pops up.
Tap “Add a video.”
From here you can choose whether to add a playlist, add a new playlist, or filter videos by an artist name.
Add videos to a playlist Once an entry is added to your playlists, you don’t need to click through any of them to access them.
Just tap the icon in your video list at the bottom of the playlist screen to open a video player.
From there, you will be able tap and drag any of your videos to move them from their original location to the playlist that you have open.
To remove a video that you are currently viewing, tap it from the menu bar and then select “Remove video.”
Update the playlist in the background When you’re done exploring your collection and you want a specific entry in the list, tap this icon at the end of the “Update playlist in background” section to add that entry to your “Explore.”
Share your own playlist The videos you find in the “Explore” screen are just a sample of what you can do with the “Share”