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YouTube music settings can filter out favorite videos from the main app



According to your habits, the close integration between YouTube and YouTube music is a blessing or a curse. Google is now using YouTube music settings to separate favorite videos.

Update 10/28: As of today, this setting has been widely promoted in mobile and web applications. It is enabled by default, and a toast message “Your changes have been saved” will appear after turning it on/off. This preference is synced to all of your devices across the entire account, and applies to official and unofficial videos with music.


Original 10/8: Tonight, a Reddit user reported receiving a new option in the settings (translation):

Show your favorite YouTube music

Music videos you “like”

; in other YouTube apps will appear in your favorite playlist

If enabled, your favorite major YouTube service music videos will be included in the “Your Likes” playlist of YouTube Music. The reverse is also true, ensuring that only content that has been liked in the YouTube Music app will appear in the automatic collection.

It’s not clear whether this preference is retroactive, and whether closing it will clear all previously liked videos. Google refers to music videos in the description of this option, but this probably also applies to regular videos, which are sometimes classified as music by YouTube and therefore appear in streaming services. Finally, you can choose to ensure that YouTube.com does not affect YouTube music.

This setting has not been widely promoted, and it seems that it is only an A/B test for a small number of users. This should resolve some users’ complaints that the connection between YouTube Music and the parent service is too close, so it is better to be an independent product.

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