Vertical Shorts often feature music, and YouTube is currently introducing a new integration between the two.

You may access the “sound pivot page” that lists the song and other YouTube Shorts that use it by tapping the rounded square “Sound” button in the bottom-right corner of a YouTube Short while it is playing.

The “Save” button at the top will add it to the “Sounds from Shorts” playlist on YouTube Music. (In the screenshot below, we can see the revamped playlist UI for phones that was previously launched for tablets. We’re still seeing the previous one today because it hasn’t yet been widely released on smaller displays.)

as you watched Shorts, you saved some music.

Additionally, That auto playlist can be found under the “Saved” option adjacent to “Browse” while creating a Short in the main YouTube client. Once you’ve created your initial saving, simply open the Playlist page.

Today, YouTube Music and Shorts introduced a cute little shortcut.
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