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Soundcloud tracks won't play on Wordpress

  • 1 October 2019
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Soundcloud tracks won't play on Wordpress, whether embedded or URL

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Best answer by Anonymous 1 October 2019, 20:55

@Elizabeth123

Thanks for reaching out.

Although the playlist on your account is public (https://soundcloud.com/fathersheart/sets/foundations), all of the tracks within that playlist are marked as private so this is why the playlist is empty and people cannot view this content other than you when logged into your own account.

To change your track's privacy setting, simply go to the track you wish to change and click on the small pencil icon (http://bit.ly/YdPAxJ). This will bring you into edit mode. From here you can change the track to be either private or public below the Description section like this: http://cl.ly/image/3m1y3c3F3p3s

You can do this for multiple tracks at once by following this guide from our help center: http://uploadandmanage.help.soundcloud.com/customer/portal/articles/2163859-changing-your-track-s-privacy-setting

Hope this helps!
Although the playlist on your account is public (https://soundcloud.com/fathersheart/sets/foundations), all of the tracks within that playlist are marked as private so this is why the playlist is empty and people cannot view this content other than you when logged into your own account.

To change your track's privacy setting, simply go to the track you wish to change and click on the small pencil icon (http://bit.ly/YdPAxJ). This will bring you into edit mode. From here you can change the track to be either private or public below the Description section like this: http://cl.ly/image/3m1y3c3F3p3s

You can do this for multiple tracks at once by following this guide from our help center: http://uploadandmanage.help.soundcloud.com/customer/portal/articles/2163859-changing-your-track-s-privacy-setting

Hope this helps!
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@Elizabeth123

Thanks for reaching out.

Although the playlist on your account is public (https://soundcloud.com/fathersheart/sets/foundations), all of the tracks within that playlist are marked as private so this is why the playlist is empty and people cannot view this content other than you when logged into your own account.

To change your track's privacy setting, simply go to the track you wish to change and click on the small pencil icon (http://bit.ly/YdPAxJ). This will bring you into edit mode. From here you can change the track to be either private or public below the Description section like this: http://cl.ly/image/3m1y3c3F3p3s

You can do this for multiple tracks at once by following this guide from our help center: http://uploadandmanage.help.soundcloud.com/customer/portal/articles/2163859-changing-your-track-s-privacy-setting

Hope this helps!
Although the playlist on your account is public (https://soundcloud.com/fathersheart/sets/foundations), all of the tracks within that playlist are marked as private so this is why the playlist is empty and people cannot view this content other than you when logged into your own account.

To change your track's privacy setting, simply go to the track you wish to change and click on the small pencil icon (http://bit.ly/YdPAxJ). This will bring you into edit mode. From here you can change the track to be either private or public below the Description section like this: http://cl.ly/image/3m1y3c3F3p3s

You can do this for multiple tracks at once by following this guide from our help center: http://uploadandmanage.help.soundcloud.com/customer/portal/articles/2163859-changing-your-track-s-privacy-setting

Hope this helps!

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