YouTube Music has added profile pages that display users’ public playlists, an update first spotted by 9to5Google. The music streaming service has been gaining new features at a brisk pace as Google prepares to wind down its predecessor Google Play Music.
It’s kind of surprising that YouTube Music didn’t already have public profiles considering that YouTube proper is heavy on social features. 9to5Google says the profiles launching today are pretty light on functionality, and that playlists shared on the web don’t link back to their author’s profile. That means if you want to see all of your friends’ playlists they’ll have to send you a direct link to their profile. There also aren’t vanity URLs or any other real customization options available.
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