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How to make a public playlist private on the Apple Music app for desktop and mobile devices

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  • You can easily make a public playlist private on Apple Music by removing it from your profile and making it unavailable to other users in search.
  • The method you’ll use will vary depending on the device you’re using to access your Apple Music account.

It can be fun to share your musical tastes with friends, family, and even fellow music enthusiasts, but sometimes, you don’t want everyone to know what you’ve been listening to recently. If that’s the case, making a playlist private can come in handy.

The process is simple on Apple Music, but be aware that it will vary depending on the device you’re using. Here’s how to make an Apple Music playlist private on your computer or mobile iOS and Android devices.

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How to make an Apple Music playlist private on a computer

1. Launch your desktop Apple Music app. Advertisement


You can open the Apple Music app in your dock or through the Finder.Devon Delfino/Business Insider

2. Select your playlist from the left sidebar

You can find your saved playlists under the Library section options.Devon Delfino/Business Insider

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3. Untick the box that says “Publish on profile and in search.”

Find this option underneath your playlist title and song count.Devon Delfino/Business Insider

How to make an Apple Music playlist private on your mobile device

1. Open the Apple Music app. Advertisement


2. Tap the “Library” tab.

3. Select “Playlists.”

You will only need to tap the Library icon if your app doesn’t automatically open this tab.Devon Delfino/Business Insider

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4. Tap the playlist you want to make private.

You can also create a playlist from this menu.Devon Delfino/Business Insider

5. Select “Edit” in the top-right corner of the screenAdvertisement


You can view all your songs, including those you downloaded.Devon Delfino/Business Insider

6. Turn off the option to “Show on My Profile and in Search.”

When you’ve successfully made a playlist private, the toggle will go gray.Devon Delfino/Business Insider

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