How to Delete Songs on Spotify?

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Written by: Alex Popa

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How to Delete Songs on Spotify?

Do you want to delete a song in your Spotify playlist, and you don’t know how? You’re in the right place!

This article will teach you how to delete songs from your Spotify playlists in a few easy steps on your computer and mobile.

Do these to delete songs on Spotify:

  1. Open Spotify
  2. Select one of your playlists
  3. Find a song you want to delete
  4. Click/tap on the three-dot icon
  5. Select “Remove from the playlist

It’s almost the same process for the computer and mobile app. Keep reading for a step-by-step guide on how to delete songs on Spotify!

For Computer

If you’re using Spotify on a computer and you want to delete a few songs from your playlists, follow the steps below:

1. Select one of your playlists on the right-hand panel

Select one of your playlists on the right-hand panel
Select one of your playlists on the right-hand panel

Open Spotify on your computer and look on the right-hand side panel. You should find your playlists there, in order.

Select one of your playlists to open it.

2. Click on the three-dot icon next to a song

Click on the three-dot icon next to a song
Click on the three-dot icon next to a song

Once you open one of your playlists on Spotify, you’ll see a list of all the songs on that playlist. Find the song you want to remove and click on the three-dot icon to the right of the page.

This will open a drop-down menu with several options.

Select "Remove from this playlist"
Select “Remove from this playlist

Some of these options are “Add to queue,” “Go to song radio,” “Go to artist”, and more. Find the “Remove from this playlist” option on the list and select it.

This will delete the song from your playlist, and you’re done!

For Mobile Phones

To delete songs in your Spotify playlists on mobile devices, follow the steps below:

1. Go to “Your Library

Go to "Your Library"
Go to “Your Library

Open Spotify on your phone and select “Your Library” from the bar at the bottom of the screen. Once you do that, follow the next steps!

2. Select one of your playlists

Select one of your playlists
Select one of your playlists

Once you select “Your Library“, you’ll be taken to this page, where you can find all your playlists in one place. Select the one you want to edit and continue with the guide!

3. Select “Edit Playlist

Select "Edit Playlist"
Select “Edit Playlist

On your playlist’s screen, you’ll see some information about the playlist, like the total length of all the songs inside, some songs in the playlist, and Spotify recommendations.

Look for the “Edit playlist” button under the playlist’s name and tap on it!

4. Tap on the three-dot icon next to a song

Tap on the three-dot icon next to a song
Tap on the three-dot icon next to a song

In the playlist’s settings, you’ll find a list of all the songs inside your playlist. Find the one you want to delete and tap on the three-dot icon on the right.

This will open another window with that song’s settings.

Select "Remove from this Playlist"
Select “Remove from this Playlist

Tap on “Remove from this Playlist” once you open the song’s settings page. This will delete the song from your playlist immediately.

Conclusion

In short, if you want to delete songs in your Spotify playlists, you must first access your playlist. Both on a computer and mobile device, go to “Your Library“.

Then, select a playlist to see the full list of songs. Find a song you want to delete and click/tap on the three-dot icon next to it.

A drop-down menu will appear on your computer / a new page will open up on your mobile phone. You must select “Remove from this playlist” in both cases.

Comment below if you have any questions about this topic, and I’ll answer as soon as possible!

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Alex Popa

My name is Alex and I have a knack for social media in all its shapes and forms. I’ve dealt with such things for quite some time and I noticed that many people have issues with social media and technicalities.

Unforeseen errors, bugs, and other problems make their use of social media problematic. These things will be discussed amply in the guides on Whizcase.

I'll present the facts as they are, and offer quick and easy solutions for them.

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