One of the coolest features of Rhapsody is the ability
to make and share custom playlists. Anyone
with Rhapsody can do this, and this page will help
explain how. Because Rhapsody is a celestial
jukebox and not a download tool, you can effortlessly
send a playlist to a friend as an email attachment.
create a playlist, browse Rhapsody for music you
would like to hear, "Save to Library" when
you see something you like, then drag tracks from
your "Library" down to your "Playlist." Arrange
your playlist by clicking and dragging tracks.
your playlist by clicking the "Save" button
at the bottom of your library window. Give your
playlist a name!
saving, click the "Send" button at the bottom
of the playlist window. An email window will pop-up
with your playlist attached and a short message
that includes the names of the tracks in the playlist.
Enter your email addresses, edit the message if
you want, and you're done!
your friends already have Rhapsody installed, all
they need to do is double click the attachment
and Rhapsody will do the rest. Your un-subscribed
friends will only hear 30 second clips of each song
in your playlist, but they can always start a risk-free
trial and hear your playlist in its full-length
NOTE: The average playlist
is only about 10KB in size, so your friend won't
have to wait forever while music files download
to his/her machine.