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Samsung Galaxy S4: How to Add a Video to Your Own Playlist in Youtube App in Android 5.0.1 Lollipop

In Youtube app, while browsing the feeds or watching a video uploaded by others, you can create your own playlist and then add the video to the newly created playlist. Next time, you can add videos with the same category to the existing playlist that you have created before so that you can access or watch them with more easily since they're saved in the same place. As the example, if you have created a playlist named Favourites song, you can add other music videos uploaded by others that you like to this playlist for easier access.


How to add a video to your own playlist in Youtube app?
Assuming that you have an Internet connection, you can easily add any video uploaded by others that you like to an existing playlist that you have created before in Youtube app by using the following steps:
  1. Open Youtube app.
  2. To add a video to an existing playlist while browsing the feeds, do as follows:
    • Tap next to the video that you want to add to an existing playlist and then tap Add to playlist....
    • Tap the required playlist.
    • The selected video has been added to the selected playlist.
  3. To add a video to an existing playlist while watching the video, do as follows:
    • Tap a video to watch it.
    • Tap within the video playback and then select the required playlist.
    • The video has been added to the selected playlist.
  4. To access the video that you have added to your own playlist, do as follows:
    • Tap at the top left corner of the screen to open up the Youtube app menus.
    • Scroll down the menus to the Playlists section and then tap the required playlist. All videos that you have added to this playlist will be displayed here.
    • To play a single video in the playlist, tap a thumbnail or title of a video.
    • To play all videos in the playlist together, tap .

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