Sorting playlists in Apple Music is one of the many little quality-of-life updates offered by Apple in iOS 16 that make using an iPhone more pleasant.
Previously on iOS, Apple Music playlists were sorted automatically by the order in which songs were added to the playlist, with the earliest additions at the top and the most recent additions at the bottom.
A number of additional sorting options, such as by title, artist, album, release date, and even the opposite order in which they were uploaded, have been added to the Apple Music playlist interface in iOS 16.
To Use Apple Music’s Updated Filtering Choices, Follow These Instructions.
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To access the ellipsis (three encircled dots), click the ellipsis button (found in the upper right corner of the screen).
Choose the field to sort by and tap the menu that appears.
Use the drop-down menus to sort the playlist by Title, Artist, Album, or Release Date.
As with iOS 16, users may now add artists as favourites to better monitor their output and receive more relevant suggestions while using Apple Music. On any performer’s profile, the Favorite option is represented by a star button in the upper right corner of the screen.
When Using Apple Music, What Is the Point of Creating Several Playlists for Different Purposes?
With the release of iOS 16, users have the option to reorder the songs in an Apple Music playlist. To begin with, Apple Music displayed playlists in the order in which the playlist’s creator had placed them. Once a playlist was made, the only way to rearrange the songs in it was to go in and do it manually, one by one.
Users of the most recent version of Apple’s mobile operating system can now arrange music in a playlist according to many criteria, including title, artist, album, and release date. It’s not simply the playlists you make that can take advantage of the new sorting feature. Because of this, you can change the order of songs in any playlist on Apple Music by using the many sorting options offered.
In Apple Music, how Can I Rearrange the Track Listing?
Navigate to the playlist you’d like to edit and drag and drop the songs around.
Click the “Edit” button.
Press and hold the grabber button to the right of the track you want to relocate.
The train will be rerouted whenever you choose.
Select Done in the top right corner to finish the action.