Learn how to transfer your Google Play Music library to YouTube Music


Google revealed that it is trying to make it easier for Google Play Music to play and make it easier for anyone who is still using it to switch to its powerful alternative, YouTube Music. To this end, Google earlier announced a new feature that allows users to export their entire library from the previous app to the last app.
According to the YouTube blog, the main reason it offers this feature is that users "will no longer be able to access Google Play Music," according to TheNextWeb, and here's how to do it:
First, check to see if you have the ability to convert yet.
You can do this either from an app or from a web browser, for the latter, go to the YouTube Music Transfer page, for the app you should see a banner showing the transfer action when you open the app (it will also appear as an option in your settings.
Secondly, once the transfer starts, it will show you all the things you transfer from Google Play Music that, according to Google, should include "uploads, purchases, added songs and albums, personal and shared playlists, likes and dislikes, curated stations and personal taste preferences." .
In the application, you will find a progress bar indicating the amount of time remaining in the transfer process. You can keep using YouTube Music while it is taking place.
Third, after the import is complete, you should see an option on the first page to allow you to continue listening to what you were listening to in Google Play Music. If you keep using Google Play Music, you may have to perform the transfer again.

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