By Kirk McElhearn

iTunes and the iOS Music app both offer Up Next, a way to queue up music you want to listen to. They work in very similar ways, allowing you to add music to the Up Next queue, change the order of tracks in the queue, and remove specific songs from Up Next. Let’s take a look at how to use Up Next in iTunes and the iOS Music app.

Up Next in iTunes

Apple introduced Up Next in iTunes 11, which was released in late 2012. It was hard to get used to at first. You may have previously used iTunes DJ, which offered a similar way of queuing up songs, and this earlier feature provided an interface that was easier to use, since it looked just like a playlist. Up Next, however, is only accessible from a popover in iTunes, making it a bit harder to manage. That popover isn’t very large, and it only displays a maximum of twenty songs.

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