Google Chrome extension that exports a Google Play Music playlist to a .csv file.
Warning: this extension is no longer being supported as of December 2019. Behavior may be unpredictable. Use at your own discretion. ✚ Instructions 1. Using Chrome with playlistExpo for Google Play Music installed, navigate to the Google Play Music playlist you wish to export (https://play.google.com/music/*). 2. Scroll to the top of the webpage containing your playlist. 3. Click the page action icon for playlistExpo for Google Play Music. 4. In the pop-up window, click the download button. 5. Starting at the top of the webpage containing your playlist, slowly scroll down to the bottom of the webpage. 6. Save the newly created .csv file containing your playlist. View your playlist in any spreadsheet program (e.g. Microsoft Excel). If you are not prompted to download the .csv file once you reach the bottom of the webpage, repeat Step 5. PlaylistExpo script will timeout if song parsing is not completed in 5 minutes. ✚ Documentation Git repository: https://github.com/Koster35/playlistExpo_for_Google_Play_Music ✚ Disclaimers, Licenses, and Attributions Warning: this extension will download file(s) to your computer upon use. Use at your own risk. The "playlistExpo for Google Play Music" logo uses Raleway Font Family. See "SIL Open Font License.txt" for licensing information. "playlistExpo for Google Play Music" is neither created or endorsed by Google.
- (2020-10-29) Adam Flanczewski: Worked in a pinch! The YouTube Music export skipped so many songs, and this will help me restore the missing items manually. Thanks!
- (2020-10-19) Thomas Withaar: As Scott Bishop said, currently the proces keeps hanging and trying to export a 95-song playlist resulted in an endless amount of csv files generated. The web console showed 'parsing complete' well over a 1000 times and it just kept rising while Windows was showing me a dialog for every single csv .. had to kill Chrome.
- (2020-10-17) Tim Hettinger: Worked great. Read the instructions for larger playlists.
- (2020-10-03) Scott Bishop: I'd highly recommend avoiding this extension. My attempt to use it resulted in Chrome locking up for about half an hour while attempting to download nearly 300 individual csv files for an 188 song playlist, so that was fun.
- (2020-09-20) Ian Rogalski: Seemed to work fine generating the csv, but when importing to Spotify i got an error that it didn't recognize/couldn't find ANY of the 841 songs in my playlist. Rad.
- (2020-08-12) Philip Wall: Doesn't appear to work in the latest Chrome
- (2019-12-09) Christopher Alexander: My playlist has 2016 songs in it. The extension created quickly created over 700 files on my disk and I had to find and terminate the process in the Chrome task manager to stop it. Someone less IT-knowledgeable than I might have not been able to stop it. This extension should have a clear warning or not be available for installation.
- (2019-11-23) D Barrios: Disable ad blockers and popup blockers on the Play site before running. I tried to capture my list of over 300 songs several times, and was not successful until I disabled all of the blockers I have enabled. Then it worked GREAT! Thanks for a awesome extension Maxwell!
- (2019-11-17) Max: I've lost playlists in the past and was looking something to use as a backup as i have put hours of time into my new road trip playlist. The extension is bit different to use but did the job as advertised, now i don't have the panic of losing all my songs. Thank you very much developer, it's a shame you had to create this due to being a lacking feature in GPM, but very well done for beating google to it.
- (2019-10-24) Noam David P-G: Excellent, just what I was after
- (2019-09-16) Nitrox Dragon: Worked exactly as I needed. Just middle mouse wheeled to set an autoscroll, and kept my hands off my mouse and keyboard for a bit. Successfully pulled all songs on my 979 song long Thumbs Up autoplaylist. Thanks!
- (2019-03-25) Александр Надвиничный: Great, but has 1 issue: if album has "#" in its name, the extension stops it job on that song. Hotfix: move all songs with "#" in names to the end of the playlist :)