There is no direct way to upload your music from Chromebook to your Google Play Music account. But thanks to William Hart, we have an easy workaround. This is easy to set up, and does not require any extension. Once set up, there is nothing much you have to do to keep this working.
However, this is bit time consuming if your internet connection is slow or have limited bandwidth to share.
The set up easy as I said.
1. Install Music Manager and the Google Drive app on that Windows machine you’re no longer using.
2. Create a folder in Google Drive; call it “Music to Upload.”
3. Point Music Manager to watch the Music to Upload folder.
1. On your Chromebook, save any music you want to upload to your Music to Upload folder in Google Drive.
2. Wait. (At this point, the music will upload to Google Drive, sync to your Windows machine, then upload to Google Play Music!)
3. Once you see the music show up in Google Play Music, delete the music from your Music to Upload folder, so it doesn’t take up any of your precious Google Drive space!
Try this out and let me know how it goes!
Thanks Tyson Kemp for sharing this with me 🙂