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Windows Media player - creating a playlist using music from an internet radio station

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by FLYNNE, Nov 16, 2011.

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  1. FLYNNE

    FLYNNE Thread Starter

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    Using Windows media player I visit a internet radio web site and while a piece of music is playing clicked the "add a song to your personal playlist" . A message appears stating that this song has been added.
    From this point on I am totally confused.
    I am unable to find the song I have added or indeed what playlist it has been aded to.

    I am new to Windows Media Player .

    Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

    Regards

    Flynne
     
  2. DoubleHelix

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    Unless you've integrated Windows Media Player with an unlimited streaming service like Spotify or own all the songs you're adding to a play list, I don't think the feature does anything for you.
     
  3. FLYNNE

    FLYNNE Thread Starter

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    Thank you Double Helix

    I try out Spotify.

    Many Thanks

    Flynne
     
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