Customize your music

With the YouTube Music app, you can explore new music and customize your listening experience. Each song or playlist that you listen to becomes a radio station that you can personalize. 

For even more customized music, sign in to YouTube Music with your YouTube account. You'll instantly see recommendations based on music you've listened to on YouTube. 

Add albums to your library

You can add an entire album to your library by viewing the album details page and selecting the library icon .

Like or dislike music

Tap Like  or Dislike  on songs that are playing to customize your station. Videos, artists, stations, playlists, and albums that you like will appear in the Library tab  under "Liked Songs." 

Explore other music

You can learn more about the song you're listening to and find covers, remixes, and live performances of it by tapping Info  next to the song title.  

Playlists

You can create playlists in the YouTube Music app and on YouTube. Your playlists will show up in the library tab  of the YouTube Music app, along with any stations you've saved. Learn more about creating a playlist in the YouTube Music app

Recommendations in YouTube Music

Your recommendations and search results are also based on videos that you’ve liked and playlists that you’ve created in YouTube Music and YouTube. You can remove liked videos and edit or delete playlists to influence your recommendations and search results.  
 

Manage your history

To manage your history:
  1. Select your profile photo.
  2. Select History .
  3. Select the Menu .
  4. Select Remove from watch history.

Pause your history

To pause your history:

  1. Select your profile photo.
  2. Select Settings .
  3. Select Privacy & location.
  4. Toggle on “Pause watch history” or “Pause search history”.

Delete your history

To delete your history:

  1. Select your profile photo.
  2. Select Settings .
  3. Select Privacy & location.
  4. Select “Manage watch history” or “Manage search history” and follow the instructions.

 

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