Disclaimer : be aware that it is still in early development so you can experience some bugs
Use the "Search" feature to get the discography of the artist you want to listen to (top 20, albums, similar artists)
Listen to generic playlists that you can copy to create your own playlist with "Copy to mine" button.
Register and create / manage the playlists you want.
Share it with your friends in read mode ("Read link" button) or in write mode ("Add content" button)
You can listen to your playlist by using different devices.
You can use your TV to listen to your playlists by using the Kodi plugin on an embed device.
You are now able to create playlist for your events, party, nights or even use it to set the musical atmosphere at work.
Share the playlist in read mode or write mode to your friends.
The write mode is normally in real time and permits concurrent update of the playlist.
TubeList is an online playlist manager with concurrent edition. The idea is for a user to be able to create different type of playlists with its friends in real time for listening to music or create a specific playlist for its children, or learning physics, maths, sciences in general or whatever comes to mind.
The main provider is youtube but, based on the videojs plugin, you can add content from dailymotion or other providers. Right now, the providers or types of videos supported are : Youtube, Dailymotion, Soundcloud, RTMP, mpegURL
No need to be registered just go to the "TubeList" menu and you'll have different options.
When you click on the playlist, it is added inside the "clip" category that you can filter by date of creation by clicking on "Created at" label.
Have you noticed the buttons on the right ? You can read the playlist by clicking on "Read link" or copy it to your personal list of playlists (if registered) by clicking on "Copy to mine"
Click on an artist to launch the search from the beginning and retrieve the discography of this new artist.
List of similar artists are retrieved from last.fm service.
Use the search component or categories inside "Generic playlists" to filter existing playlists (entertainment, education, top 100 tracks by country, etc.)
You need to be registered then you can share your playlists in read mode or write mode with your friends. The friends you are sharing your playlists with don't need to be registered. The write mode is normally in real time and permits concurrent update of the playlist.
At first, you need to be connected to create a playlist by clicking on the "Account" menu then you can register with facebook, twitter or google or you can use the "Register" form.
Once registered, you just have to go to the "TubeList" menu.
Inside the "Playlists of" your name, you will see the "Add" button. Type the name of the playlist and the description (you can modify it later by using the "Update" button)
You'll see it appears below with various buttons / actions that you can do :
Inside the "Generic playlists" component, you will see some buttons on the right. Use the "Copy to mine" button to copy a generic playlist to your personal list of playlists, you'll then be able to modify it.
When you click on the "Read link" or "Add content" link, you can listen or modify the playlist. When you're listening to a playlist, it's by design in repeat mode, when the last video is finished, it will restart from the beginning
When you open a playlist, it will start to play automatically. On the left, you'll have the video displayed with basic controls (previous video , repeat this video only , and next video ).
On the right, you can manage the playlist by moving videos, remove one, play anyone, shuffle everything or delete all.
If in "Write mode" (Add content), you can add videos by searching from youtube with the "Search" component and click on "Add" from the list that appears.
You can also add videos from other providers (dailymotion, soundcloud, etc) by using the "URL" component and click on "Add video". Just below this component, you can control the list of videos with the "Shuffle" button (that will reorder randomly the list) and "Delete all" button that will completely empty the list, use it with caution.
The playlist manager has been developed to be responsive thanks to bootstrap. So if you have a web browser, you can listen to your playlist directly on it. The video player is in HTML5 so you should not have any problems. But if you want it on your TV, you should know that a plugin exist for Kodi (formerly XBMC) and this is compatible with a lot of devices (Android, tablets, computers, home media center, etc.), just install kodi on it.