For avid music lovers, they want their music everywhere; whether they are traveling, working in office or working out at gym. So they want their music library on their Mac, iPhone, iPad or any other iDevice.

If you are such a music aficionado, then you should learn to manually update iCloud Music Library. But why you should learn this?

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How to Update iCloud Music Library in iTunes

The reason is simple: all major launches and updates by Apple are not without bugs. At least we find all beta versions laced with bugs. Though Apple Music is not in beta version, two of the noted Apple fans were critical of the issues and outages experienced by early adopters of Apple Music, which should have been labelled a beta service.

Many users have experienced an issue about tracks in iTunes that seem to be stuck “Waiting” to upload. If you have faced such an issue, here is how to fix this issue.

How to manually update iCloud Music Library:

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Step #1. Launch iTunes on your computer → Click on File → Click on Library.

Open iTunes then Click on Library

Step #2. Now Click on Update iCloud Music Library.

Update iCloud Music Library Manually

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A dialog box will appear on the top right corner, which tracks iCloud Music Library’s status.

The “Waiting” tracks should be reflected in your iTunes/Apple Music list in a short while.

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Server might take a couple of minutes to update iCloud Music Library; if you don’t see any change in the status of your tracks within an hour, you should reboot your iCloud Music Library.