Embedded playlists on your own website is a great way to share what you’re listening to, while making it convenient for your readers to add the playlist to their own Apple Music or Spotify libraries with a single click.
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Once you’ve found the list you want to embed, scroll down the page until you see the following:
Just copy and paste the HTML from the box into wherever you’d like the list to appear on your site. If you’re using WordPress, create a “custom HTML” block, and paste the code in there.
If all is well you’ll end up with an embedded playlist in a lovely little widget like this one:
The eagle-eyed amongst you may have noticed the addition of a shiny new YouTube button on playlist pages recently. That’s right, now with just a single click you can add any music playlist to your YouTube account. Playlists will be private by default so don’t worry about exposing your terrible taste to the world 😁.
Thom Yorke recently released his latest solo album Anima, and not surprisingly it’s really, really good. We thought this would be a good time to highlight some of the best Radiohead and Thom playlists on Raygum.
Hello Now People! Welcome to Raygum, a new way to find, create, and share playlists. The idea of Raygum is simple — to bring the sharing of music out into the open, regardless of how you choose to listen.
All you have to do is create a new playlist, add some songs, then share. Anyone can listen to your lovingly-crafted list of tunes on whichever music service they prefer.