How to add date added to itunes on mac

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Instead, you're adding a shortcut to its location on the desktop. If you move the original file, iTunes can't find it and won't be able to play it until you manually locate it again.

One way to avoid this is to have iTunes copy files into a dedicated folder. Then, even if the original is moved or deleted, iTunes still retains a copy of it. The files are organized based on the artist and album name.

For example, if you drag a song called "favoritesong. Share Pin Email. Sam Costello has been writing about tech since His writing has appeared in publications such as CNN.

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Updated August 07, Select the files or folders you want to add, and then click Open. You can also drag and drop your MP3 files directly into iTunes. To do this, follow these steps:.

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Click OK to save your changes. Downloading MP3s isn't the only way to add music to your library. Apr 4, PM.

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Sign in Sign in Sign in corporate. Browse Search. Ask a question. User profile for user: Kenneth Martz Kenneth Martz. Apple Music Speciality level out of ten: 0. I want to change the "date added" date of an iTunes file. This would be to fool a smart playlist to insert the song in another position. I haven't found a way.

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Any ideas? Thanks, Ken.


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Apple Pay Speciality level out of ten: 0. Answer: A: Answer: A: As you can see, looking at the file, each song has its own, individual entry. Before you proceed you should quit iTunes and make a backup of this file. Just duplicate it in place so if something goes wrong with your edits you can get back to where you were.

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Type the name of the song you want to find and click Next. Look for "Date Added" and change the date.

Save the file.