What’s new from Spotify to help enhance existing playlists

Spotify wants to help improve the playlists that users already have previously created, saving them a lot of time in the manual search for new topics that may be of interest and can fit within them.

Therefore, as of next October, and only for users who are subscribers of its service, through the platform app on Android or iOS, there will be a new function that will allow them to have new musical themes within each playlist shortened to the style of the themes that already exist in it.

Lending a hand to avoid hours and hours of manual searches

This is one optional function that can be activated through an upper button available on each playlist.

With your activation, new musical themes will arrive on the list without replacing existing ones, reaching a maximum of 30 new themes as a recommendation and distributed spaced for every two tracks originally available.

The new incorporated themes will have an indicative highlighted by notifying of their belonging to this function, allowing in turn that each recommended musical theme can be integrated permanently if desired.

Without a doubt, it is a great help that comes from the Artificial Intelligence algorithm of Spotify, according to the themes and styles that users already have in their lists.

At this point, what will have to be checked is whether these additions, which come as a recommendation, become liked by users. In this sense, If they are not satisfied with the proposals made by Spotify, they can always deactivate the function to keep only the songs that were originally available.

This is a novelty that will arrive over the next month to a series of markets, among which is Spain along with other countries such as Andorra, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, the UK, and the US.

From Spotify they are working to extend this function to another batch of markets in the future.


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