You may have at some point seen on your phone or in the corresponding app store an app called Youtube music. A parallel app to YouTube that we all know and that it is designed to enjoy the music that we can find on YouTube in true Spotify style.
In fact, with the Google Play Music shutdown, YouTube Music has become its heir seeing how it houses the content that we previously enjoyed in the first one. And now, the music version of YouTube is back in the news by gaining a new feature that allows you to better identify the content that we liked in Youtube.
Controlling what we like
Now, in YouTube Music we will see how, depending on our usage habits, the section “Content that you like” grows with all those music videos that we have marked with a “like” in Youtube.
This configuration appears predefined without us having to do anything to activate it and it is being implemented in a way that it can be used both if we access it from the web version and in the YouTube Music applications for iOS and Android.
In order to get to the section “Content you like” we must click on the icon “Library” located in the lower right area, then in “Playlists” and there we will find a titled “Content you like” in which we will see everything that as such we have marked on YouTube.
Via | 9to5Google
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Jose Antonio Carmona