Change Advanced preferences in Music on Mac
In the Music app on your Mac, use the Advanced pane in Music preferences to automatically download album artwork, control MiniPlayer and video playback windows and more.
To change these preferences, choose Music > Preferences, then click Advanced.
Note: Not all features are available in the Apple Music Voice Plan. Apple Music and Apple Music Voice aren’t available in all countries or regions. See the Apple Support article Availability of Apple Media Services.
Add songs to Library when adding to playlists
Automatically Update Artwork for Imported Songs
Automatically download artists’ images, album covers and related artwork for music in your library.
Forget All Remotes
Disconnect all devices from your iTunes library.
This option is only available when you used the iTunes Remote app to pair an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with a specific media library.
Reset all dialogue warnings
Reset or allow dialogue warnings (small windows with messages in them) to appear.
This option is only applicable if you selected “Do not show this message again” in one or more dialogues.
Reset Music Store cache
Reset the iTunes Store cache (the temporary location where your computer saves iTunes Store pages you visit). If you return to that page later, iTunes can retrieve the page from the cache faster than getting it from the internet.
This option is only applicable when the content on a page seems outdated or if the page isn’t opening properly.
Music saves the store pages you visit on your computer in a temporary location called the cache. If you return later, Music can retrieve the page from the cache faster than getting it from the internet.
If the content on a page seems outdated, you can reset the cache to retrieve the latest version. If you think a page isn’t opening properly, resetting the cache may help.
Keep mini player on top of all other windows
Keep Mini Player in front of all open windows, even while you use applications other than Music.
Keep video playback on top of all other windows
When playing a video in a separate window, keep the window in front of all open windows, even while you use applications other than Music.