Am I able to make a duplicate "Automatically add to iTunes folder" for easier access?

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by johnnnw, Mar 13, 2013.

  1. johnnnw macrumors 65816

    johnnnw

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    When I'm getting music I find it a real pain to need to go through Music > iTunes > iTunes Media > Automatically Add to iTunes - all while holding down the Trackpad button dragging music to the folder, and sometimes running out of space on the trackpad and not being to reach the destination. (first world problem)

    What I'm wondering is if I can put a copy of the Automatically Add folder say... straight in documents and put the music files in there to be added to iTunes? And it will look the exact same inside as the one located in the directory above just be easier to use?

    Thanks guys.

    Edit: Arg, I just realized I put this in MBP. This is the only place I spend time so I just clicked it by habit. Sorry about that. :(
     
  2. Crzyrio macrumors 65816

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    Right click on "Automatically Add to iTunes" and click on Make Alias, then go ahead anad drag the newly created folder anywhere you wish.

    And whenever you click on it it will take you straight to the original folder :)
    Its like a shortcut
     
  3. johnnnw thread starter macrumors 65816

    johnnnw

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    Wow, genius. Amazingly simple. Thank you so very much!
     

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