Bury the undead tracks in your inbox playlist once and for all!
Do you often add tracks to your inbox playlist that just sit there for months or even years?
Great, because that's the exact problem that spotify-graveyard is trying to solve.
Introducing the graveyard playlist:
A final resting place for songs that have overstayed their welcome in your inbox playlist. If a track stays in your inbox playlist for too long it is moved to this cemetery by spotify-graveyard.
spotify-graveyard uses the Implicit Grant Spotify authentication flow. This way your playlists can be modified locally without ever touching the server of a third party (other than Spotify, of course). Your guilty music pleasures are sure to remain private (yes, even those excessive repeats of 1989 by Taylor Swift
# Recycle the fossilized songs in you inbox playlist graveyard run
pip3 install spotify-graveyard
git clone https://github.com/PhilipTrauner/spotify-graveyard cd spotify-graveyard python3 setup.py install
spotify-graveyard requires a UNIX-like operating to run properly (
Windows is not supported directly, but the Linux subsystem should work.
spotify-graveyard can not be run headless because it has to open a browser window to receive an authentication token from Spotify.
Can't I do this in the Spotify client without too much effort anyway?
Yes you can.
Then why should I use this at all?
It has a very pretty and ridiculously over-engineered command line interface. Isn't that normally enough to attract GitHub stars?
Aren't emojis normally necessary to farm stars?
Yes they are. That's why spotify-graveyard has tons of them.
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