Google Music now keeps trashed tracks, allows you to undelete for 28 days
Any users out there using Google Music? I can tell you this: I personally use the heck out of it. Having as many digital tracks as I do, having a cloud-based system to stream down my music is great. Now, Google has announced a change to their music service.
The service now includes a new trash folder that lets you undelete your music for up to 28 days after you pull the trigger. If you don’t want your stash just sitting in the trash, however, you can also permanently delete them manually.
So, if you accidentally delete a song, hit up your trash folder. But remember, 28 days later, they become music zombies. (zing)
via google music
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