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I miss a Playlists section, I´m sure many users listen to playlists on Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music or YouTube. I want to share my Spotify playlists and I don´t know where to post them...

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Truth be told I'm not sure where the best place to share your playlists is. You could try including a link in your signature and sharing specific bands in the 'Rate the song above you' thread in Forum Games. That way people will get an idea of what you like, and you won't accidentally break any rules. I'll have a chat with the other moderators in the mean time about playlists for the future.

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So in effect you are looking for yet another thread to share a Spotify playlist?  We don’t cater the forum for the needs of one users promotional requirements, it is a community for all.  We have the threads mentioned above and the likes of the”What Are You Listening To” thread that more than covers this requirement IMO.

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Thanks for your comments, guys. It seems like I broke the forum rules with just my first post, sorry about that. I´ve been metal fan since 1988, so I´m pretty sure I´m not entering this forum just for promotional purposes and hope I can contribute something useful to this community.

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