Although I am a loyal premium Spotify subscriber, I still regularly use Pandora in hopes of stumbling across new artists and songs. If I'm fortunate enough to come across something I enjoy, it's easy to use the Like feature in Pandora to locate the song later.
But I like to have all of my music in one place, and as a Spotify subscriber, getting favorited tracks from Pandora into a playlist on the service I pay for is, simply put, a hassle. Manually adding tracks just seems like more work than it should be.
Thankfully, this tedious process just got a whole lot easier. Instead of having to manually search for those Pandora songs on Spotify, I'm going to show you how to quickly export them directly into a Spotify playlist.
To get this process started, navigate to Pandify.com, sign in with your Pandora email, then click "Retrieve Data."
After retrieving the information from Pandora, Pandify lets you filter down the tracks by genre, in case you have an abundance of tracks you need to sort through. When you're ready to go, click "Export Playlist" to move on to the next step. Only the tracks that are also available on Spotify will be available to export.
Pandify conveniently gives you two methods to export songs. The first is the easiest—just connect to Spotify and let Pandify do the work for you. If that method doesn't work, you can also copy and paste the song links directly into Spotify.
If using the first method, you'll be required to name the playlist before exporting tracks, but once that's done, you can instantly start enjoying the playlist in Spotify.
While it's not a service you might use on a daily basis, it's great to have something like this in your back pocket for the times that you need it.
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