How to recover your deleted playlists on Spotify

  • You can recover a deleted playlist on Spotify if you’ve accidentally deleted one, or simply changed your mind. 
  • To recover a playlist, you’ll need to open Spotify in a web browser and go to your account page, where you can choose the option to recover playlists.
  • It might take a little while for the recovered playlist to reappear in your Spotify library. 
  • Visit Business Insider’s Tech Reference library for more stories.

If you delete a Spotify playlist and later regret that decision, don’t worry – Spotify has a sort of “undo” button that lets you recover a playlist you’ve deleted. 

Of course, you should always think carefully before deleting something, and Spotify makes you confirm your deletion command before it sends your playlist to the trash. 

Here’s how to recover a deleted playlist in a desktop browser. 

How to recover deleted playlists on Spotify

1. Open your Spotify account page

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How to recover your deleted playlists on Spotify using the platform’s website



a person and a dog sitting on a bed: You can easily recover a Spotify playlist that you've mistakenly deleted. Steve Prezant/Getty Images


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You can easily recover a Spotify playlist that you’ve mistakenly deleted. Steve Prezant/Getty Images

  • You can recover a deleted playlist on Spotify if you’ve accidentally deleted one, or simply changed your mind. 
  • To recover a playlist, you’ll need to open Spotify in a web browser and go to your account page, where you can choose the option to recover playlists.
  • It might take a little while for the recovered playlist to reappear in your Spotify library. 
  • Visit Business Insider’s Tech Reference library for more stories.

If you delete a Spotify playlist and later regret that decision, don’t worry – Spotify has a sort of “undo” button that lets you recover a playlist you’ve deleted. 

Of course, you should always think carefully before deleting something, and Spotify makes you confirm your deletion command before it sends your playlist to the trash. 

Here’s how to recover a deleted

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UK Investigating Apple Music, Spotify And Others Over Fair Pay For Artists

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  • The U.K. government will look into whether musicians are paid fairly by streaming services
  • Artists can only get as little as 13% of the revenue generated by their work, a report says
  • The inquiry will start next month

The U.K. government is launching an inquiry into streaming services like Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon and Google Play to determine whether they pay fair royalties to the artists who upload their music on their respective platforms.

According to Julian Knight, committee chair of the U.K.’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, the growth of the streaming business “cannot come at the expense of talented and lesser-known artists,” BBC reported.

The report said music streaming brought in more than £1 billion ($1.2 billion) in revenue in the U.K. last year. However, artists can only get as little as 13% of the revenue generated.

The investigation will start in November and

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UK to Investigate Apple Music and Spotify Over Fair Pay for Artists

The UK Department of Culture, Media, and Sport is launching an inquiry into music streaming services, including Apple Music, Spotify, and YouTube, to ascertain whether musicians are paid fairly (via BBC News).

The inquiry comes after complaints from artists that the payments they receive for their work are “negligible.”

The growth of the streaming market “cannot come at the expense of talented and lesser-known artists,” said Culture, Media, and Sport Committee chair Julian Knight MP.

The inquiry is set to begin next month, and will seek to gather evidence from industry experts, artists, record labels, and streaming services themselves.

‌Apple Music‌ pays the most at £0.0059 per stream, followed by Spotify at £0.002 to £0.0038 per stream. The lowest paying service is YouTube, which pays about £0.00052 per stream. These funds are then divided between rights-holders, resulting in artists receiving just 13 percent of revenue on average.

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