Import iTunes playlists to Windows 8 Xbox Music

 
Considered one of the most convenient music management software available till date for Windows and Mac, Apple iTunes is now ruling the world. iTunes is used by a large number of computer users to manage the iOS devices and create playlists. But, with the newer versions of mobile operating systems, the use of iTunes on mobile devices is ceasing.
Every Windows 8 user is completely accustomed with the built-in Xbox music app. Though, it is a very good music app, it has some shortcomings. There are many users who are using Windows 8 on their computer systems and owning an Apple device. So, it becomes important for them to import all the playlists from the Apple devices to Windows Xbox Music. This article gives an insight into this problem.

 

Import iTunes playlists to Windows 8 Xbox Music

The earlier versions of iTunes did not allow the imports to any device, but with the upgrading of the Microsoft app, it now supports the imports to XBox. Follow these steps to Import iTunes playlists to Windows 8 Xbox Music:

How to Import iTunes playlists to Windows 8 Xbox Music

Step 1: Go to the Start screen and click on the Music tile which appears on the screen. This will launch the music app.

Step 2: After the app starts running, click on My Music.

Step 3: Towards the left-side of the app, on Playlists option, right click to see Open file and Import playlists options appears at the bottom of the screen in the lower left side. Swipe down on the Playlists in order to see Open file and Import playlists options on a Windows 8 touchscreen device.

Step 4: Click on Import playlists option and then click Import playlists button which starts searching for playlists in the Music library and also created in iTunes. Once the imports are made, you’ll see all imported playlists under Playlists.

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