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Take Control of iTunes 11: The FAQ by Kirk McElhearn

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Organize

You’ve filled your iTunes library with content, and you like the way you’re viewing it in iTunes. Now you need to organize your content. iTunes does much of this for you, based on the tags that identify your media files. But there’s a whole world of organization you can explore if you want to do more than play songs by album, or at random.

In this chapter, I’ll show you how to make playlists, the key to setting up your listening sessions. I’ll look at smart playlists, which use tags to find what you want to listen to automatically. And I’ll talk about how iTunes stores your files so you can find them if you ever need to.

The chapter ends with a few topics about organizing podcast episodes and subscriptions.

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