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How It Works

Fill blank Yoto cards with your own choice of audio and play them on Yoto Player! There is almost no limit to the audio you can use, and loved ones can also join the fun, recording stories and sharing them with you to turn into cards.  Follow these steps to get started:

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Make Your Own Cards
Make Your Own Cards
Make Your Own Cards
Make Your Own Cards

Make Your Own Cards

$40.00

Unleash your creativity with a pack of blank Yoto cards that can be linked to (almost) anything!  Choose from a pack of 10 or 5.

FAQ

Make a card from your own recordings

1. Record audio on the Yoto app- navigate to the Make Your Own section of My Library and click on Record Audio. From here, you can record as many tracks as you like and they will be saved onto your phone, in a folder ending Yoto/Voice.

2. Create a playlist- The next step is to upload these audio files from your phone to make a playlist on Yoto. Go to the My Library tab, and select Make Your Own. Then select the MAKE NEW PLAYLIST button at the top.This will take you out of the app to a web browser page (login using the same email address as you do for the app). Select MAKE NEW, then follow the instructions to upload your audio recordings and create your playlist. You will need to find the folder where your recordings are stored the first time you do this, but next time your phone should show this folder automatically.You can add more than one track, change the icon for each track, and you can give this playlist a name. Click SAVE to finish

3. Link your playlist to a card- go back to the app and navigate to the Make Your Own tab in the My Library You should see your newly created playlist in the library. Now, tap on that title to open the detail page for it, then select the three dot menu and select Link To A Card. Next, insert a Make Your Own card into Yoto Player and confirm by pressing the LINK button. You should see a 'record' icon on the display, followed by a green tick to indicate a successful link. The card should now be removed and reinserted in order to play it.

Make a playlist card from your own music collection

1. Pick your audio - if your MP3s are saved on your phone, you can use the same instructions as in option 1 above. If your MP3s are on a computer, which is more likely, you should go to step 2 below.

2. Create a playlist- in a browser on your computer, go to yotoplay.com/create, then select the MAKE NEW CARD button. You should then login using the same details (email address) as you use for the Yoto app. You will then see a library view of any cards you have already created. To make a new card, select the MAKE NEW button and follow the instructions to upload your music files and create your playlist. You can add more than one track, and you can give this playlist a name.

3. Link your playlist to a card - once your playlist has been created, go back to the app and navigate to the Make Your Own tab in the My Library section. You should see your newly created playlist in the library. Now, tap on that title to open the detail page for it, then select the three dot menu and select Link To A Card. Next, insert a Make Your Own card into Yoto Player and confirm by pressing the LINK button. You should see a 'record' icon on the display, followed by a green tick to indicate a successful link. The card should now be removed and reinserted in order to play it.

Make a card from radio stations and podcasts that are in the app

1. Pick your podcast or radio station - to make cards from our curated selection of radio and podcasts, on the app, go to the My Library tab on the main navigation bar at the bottom of the screen, then select either the Radio or Podcasts tab near the top. Find something that you would like to listen to using a real card, and tap on the title to open the detail page for it.

2. Create a playlist - this step is not required since the content for radio and podcasts already exist on the Yoto app.

3. Link to a card - select the three dot menu from within the detail page for your chosen content, then select Link To A Card. Next, insert a Make Your Own card into Yoto Player and confirm by pressing the LINK button. You should see a 'record' icon on the display, followed by a green tick to indicate a successful link. The card should now be removed and reinserted in order to play it.

Make a card from radio stations or podcast episodes that are not in the Yoto app

1. Pick your audio - if you want to listen to something not covered in the Yoto app, you can make a card using any radio station you like that has a live stream on the internet, and any single podcast episode from a series you like. The first step is to find the direct stream URL for that piece of content. 

2. Create a playlist- then, on the Yoto app, go to the My Library tab, and select Make Your Own. Then select the MAKE NEW button at the top. This will take you out of the app to a web browser page where you will need to log in using the same details (email address) as you do for the app. Once you have logged in, select MAKE NEW. Then follow the instructions to add your chosen stream to a playlist. You can add more than one stream, and you can give this playlist a name.

3. Link your playlist to a card - once your playlist has been created, go back to the app and navigate to the Make Your Own tab in the My Library section. You should see your newly created playlist in the library. Now, tap on that title to open the detail page for it, then select the three dot menu and select Link To A Card. Next, insert a Make Your Own card into Yoto Player and confirm by pressing the LINK button. You should see a 'record' icon on the display, followed by a green tick to indicate a successful link. The card should now be removed and reinserted in order to play it.NOTE: for podcasts, make sure you link to the URL stream of a particular episode, not the link to a series as this will not work.

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