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Quick add currently-playing track to an iTunes playlist
Authored by: boredzo on Jul 13, '09 08:14:04AM

Or:

  1. Press ⌘L.
  2. Right-click the track.
  3. Choose the playlist from "Add to Playlist".

Granted, it won't create a playlist, you can't hotkey it, and it doesn't post a Growl notification. But how quickly do you need to add something to a playlist, and do you really need a Growl notification for something you just did?



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Quick add currently-playing track to an iTunes playlist
Authored by: asmeurer on Jul 13, '09 09:18:19AM
You can create a keyboard shortcut for the playlist, but you have to right click on the track first. See this hint.

And of course, you have to actually have to bring iTunes to the foreground first to do this.

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Quick add currently-playing track to an iTunes playlist
Authored by: midget2000x on Jul 13, '09 09:28:15AM

Yeah, the idea is to not have to switch to iTunes to add the track. Also, the growl output isn't completely necessary, but personally I like some kind of notification that an action I took actually completed. It also shows you output results.



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