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The sidebar that displays shows the currently selected media library, plus all your playlists.
Select an item and drag it to the left edge of the i Tunes window.The sidebar will display, so you can deposit that item in a playlist.You may simply dump your media files in your i Tunes library and play them by searching for them, or in shuffle mode.Or, you may have a carefully-curated library, with all your files tagged so you can create smart playlists.i Tunes 12, released with OS X Yosemite, features a new interface, which fits better with Apple’s overall desire for flatness, but changes a lot of the ways that users work with their media library.Apple's i Tunes 12 is also controversial, since it changes many of the familiar ways we interacted with our media libraries.
There are a number of annoyances in i Tunes 12; some features work differently than before, and some features are missing.
Here’s a look at the biggest annoyances of i Tunes 12, and how you can fix them.
The first thing that many people noticed in i Tunes 12 was the absence of the long-familiar sidebar.
This sidebar, present since the early days of i Tunes, grouped all your media libraries (Music, Movies, TV Shows, etc.) and your playlists in one convenient location, giving you quick access to any of the content in your i Tunes library.
You can bring the sidebar back, sort of, but it’s not called that any more, and it doesn’t give you access to the same content as it did in the past.
When viewing any of your media libraries—accessible by clicking the icons at the top-left of the window—just click Playlists in the navigation bar at the top-center of the i Tunes window.