Log in with Spotify
This website is a set of tools to help you organize/curate your Spotify playlists.
Use this website to find duplicates
your playlists or within a playlist and remove them.
Use this website to search for songs (tracks), artists, albums
Use this website to move or copy songs (tracks) to another playlist.
You have complete visibility and control because you pick the songs (tracks) to be removed/copied/moved.
This website is easier to use on a large screen, such as a laptop or desktop.
Playlists selected on the 'Playlist Tab' determines which playlists are examined by the 'Duplicates Tab', 'Search Tab', 'Tracks Tab', 'Artists Tab'.
Press 'Log in with Spotify' to get started.
Find Duplicates Feature
your playlists for a duplicate songs (tracks).
have you ever wondered if a song (track) is already in another playlist.
Search individual playlists for duplicate songs (tracks).
have you ever wonder if a song (track) is already in a specific playlist
When searching for duplicates you can:
match on Track Id for exact matches.
match on Name/Artist/Duration for very close matches.
You have complete visibility and control because you pick the duplicate songs (tracks) to be removed.
your playlists for a particular artist.
Search fields: Track Name, Artist Name, Album Name, Playlist Name, etc...
have you ever wondered if a song (track) or artist is already in one of your playlists.
have you ever want to find a song (track) or artist in your playlists.
Default Playlist Selection Feature
Playlist selection can be remembered for your next visit by pressing Save on the 'Playlist Tab'.
Playlists selected on the 'Playlist Tab' determines which playlist are examined by the 'Duplicates Tab', 'Search Tab', 'Tracks Tab', 'Artists Tab'.
Move Tracks Feature
Move Tracks to another playlist.
have you ever wanted all songs (tracks) from an artist in one playlist.
Copy Tracks Feature
Copy Tracks to another playlist.
have you ever wanted to copy songs (tracks) to a favorites playlist.
Reload from Spotify Feature
reloads all of your playlists from Spotify
reloading your playlists can be useful if you change any of your playlists in the Spotify App while using this website
Learning to use the Duplicates Feature
How to practice on a couple of test playlists
In Spotify create a playlist called A1_Test.
In Spotify add tracks to A1_Test, also add few tracks twice.
In Spotify create a playlist called A2_test.
In Spotify add tracks to A2_Test including some of the same tracks from A1_Test.
Open SpotifyFinder.com and press Log in with Spotify
Select A1_Test and A2_Test on the Playlist Tab (unselect all other playlists).
Goto the Tracks Tab to review the tracks in A1_Test and A2_Test.
Goto the Artists Tab to review the artists in A1_Test and A2_Test.
Goto the Duplicates Tab and alternate between Across Playlists and In Same Playlist.
On the Duplicates Tab select duplicate tracks and press Remove Dups.
Once you feel comfortable using SpotifyFinder you can organize your actual playlists.
Spotify Public API, Loading Times/Speed and Session Timeouts
The Spotify public api is quite nice but it has built in speed limits.
this web app loads data from Spotify as fast as Spotify permits.
loading a playlist with 1000's of songs (tracks) may take a while
it is reccommended that you limit the number of large playlists selected on the Playlist Tab at any one time
A session timeouts after 12 hours of no activity.
To view the change log go to the help page and select change log.
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With your persmission this website reads/edits your Spotify playlists.
The User Authentication page is provided by Spotify directly. This website never sees your Spotify password.
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