What happened to "Add to Up Next"? Music app.

Discussion in 'iOS 10' started by Jayson A, Sep 17, 2016.

  1. Jayson A macrumors 68000

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    I can't figure out how to simply add a song to up next without forcing it to play as the very next song.

    This is frustrating me.
    --- Post Merged, Sep 17, 2016 ---
    It's suddenly working now. I didn't do anything and now "play later" shows up. Ugh.
     
  2. WiiDsmKR69 macrumors regular

    WiiDsmKR69

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    This is my biggest frustration with the new music app interface.

    If I tap to play a song , it adds the rest of the album.

    Add next will make a song play next , but add later will play the song AFTER the album is finished.

    It's a horrible experience for wanting to add 4-10 songs for a quick queue.

    The only way is to keep adding songs to "add next " but then the play order is reversed.
    EG add song 1 to play next, then song 2, then song 3. The play order will be song 1, song 3, song 2.

    Why!
     
  3. yep-sure macrumors 6502

    yep-sure

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    My biggest gripe with the new Music app is that you remove a song from the upcoming play list, but it still plays anyway!
     
  4. sigp6 macrumors member

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    If you force touch the song a menu pops up. There is "Play later" option.
     
  5. ledzep1 macrumors member

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    How do I do this?

    I have an iPhone SE and in the music app I can't tap any random song without it playing immediately.
     
  6. StonewallBrown macrumors regular

    StonewallBrown

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    Long press on the song/album/playlist to get the 3DTouch esq window pop up.
     
  7. Jayson A thread starter macrumors 68000

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    Yeah, for some reason the option still wasn't there. However, it came back for some reason when I went and played a song from an Album as opposed to playing a song from a Playlist.

    Hmm.
     

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