About end of year & collaborative playlists

Posted by Barbara | December 17, 2020 | Music, New

Yep, it’s going to be THAT season again, when everyone gets together to celebrate the end of year. I don’t know about you, but I already feel the excitement over upcoming great food and quality time together, but – and this is a big but – I also already feel the political – or any other – debate looming over the table, ready to turn dinner into a Games of Thrones remake. I can’t help you convince your family to stop eating well-done steak, or Uncle John to be more open-minded, but the music debate can be a thing of the past now.

With the collaborative mode on Deezer, you can ask everyone to contribute to the party playlist. If you’re on the Android mobile app, web player or our desktop app, turn on the collaborative toggle on when creating a playlist (iOS users – stay tuned, it’s coming in a couple weeks). Then, share it with whomever you like and you’re done. No additional DJ skills required. 

Create music playlists with the collaborative mode on Deezer

Everyone you’ve shared it with can add tracks to that playlist – yep, it’s a real teamwork. A little side note, as it is meant to be shared, it can’t be private. This means everyone can find it browsing on Deezer.

And if you feel things are getting out of control – like when you end up with Frozen soundtracks on your “Saturday Night fever” playlist – you can turn off the collaborative mode at any time on the edit menu of the said playlist. 

Now that music choice is not a problem anymore, all you have to do is just press play and enjoy! 

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