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Amazon Alexa can now create playlists and add songs to them whenever you ask

'Alexa, add this song to my playlist'

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Alexa is now capable of building playlists as you listen to tracks streamed from Amazon Music.The feature works when you are using an Amazon Echo, or other Alexa-enabled device.

Voice commands can be used to either add the current song to an existing playlist, or create a new playlist with the current song as the first track.

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To perform these tasks, Echo users can simply say: "Alexa, add this to my playlist" or: "Alexa, create a new playlist."

The feature is only available to US-based Prime Music listeners and Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers, as well as customers with the Amazon Music Unlimited Echo Plan, which makes Amazon's premium streaming service available on a single Echo device of their choice.

Alexa users who stream music from Spotify or another service are not able to ask the virtual assistant to create playlists at this time.

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