Spotify’s Discover tab is a new feature that’s available in the web player. While some people have been able to access it from the desktop app, others don’t. Although it’s possible that Spotify is taking a web-first approach, we can’t rule out the possibility that this feature will eventually come to the desktop app as well.
If you have this annoying feature, then you might be wondering what you can do to stop it. There are a few things you can do to make it stop. For one, make sure your device is updated. Otherwise, you may need to contact Spotify customer support. You can also try to clear your phone’s cache or data settings. If that doesn’t help, you can try clearing your battery settings. Once that’s done, try adding Spotify as an exception.
Alternatively, you can try turning off the autoplay feature on your device. However, you may have to keep your Spotify Connect device connected to your phone in order to turn off autoplay. Otherwise, it will keep playing the recommended tracks indefinitely. The Spotify Community has been plagued with complaints about this issue for weeks. Eventually, a moderator clarified that the issue was an issue with Spotify’s autoplay feature and that you could manually turn it off if you wish.
Spotify is also testing a video feed similar to TikTok that shows fullscreen video clips as songs play. First spotted by Chris Messina, the feature is accessible from the newly added fourth tab to the navigation bar. This feature also enables users to start a radio station based on an artist, song, or playlist.
Another great feature of Spotify is the option to prioritize your favorite songs. Using this feature allows you to find similar songs that you might not have heard before. This makes it easier to create a better playlist. Spotify also allows you to keep listening to your favorite songs even if the current song, album, or playlist has ended.
You can turn off autoplay by switching off the Autoplay toggle in your Spotify app. You can then enable it again if you want. Just remember to restart the Spotify app after disabling autoplay. This way, your Spotify experience will always be optimized for your listening experience. You’ll never miss a great song again.
Another great feature of Spotify is its ability to recommend new artists and albums. The “Discover” tab offers the ability to customize playlists with artist videos. You can also add and delete tracks from these playlists. This feature is particularly useful for those who don’t want to manually set up a playlist.
TikTok-like video snippets
Spotify has rolled out a new feature for its Discover tab that allows users to watch short video snippets of songs. The videos, which can be skipped or “liked” by clicking the “star” icon, will be displayed on a canvas-style tab. The new feature is currently available in the TestFlight app.
Spotify’s recent addition of TikTok-like video snippits is not the first music streaming app to try this feature, with Netflix and Instagram now testing it. The apps are trying out a TikTok-like format for its Discover tab, which will let users quickly see what new content is available in their respective genres.
Spotify is also trialing a TikTok-style video feed that will appear in its Discover tab. It will appear alongside its other tabs in the navigation bar, but unlike TikTok, Spotify will not require users to like or skip individual clips. Users will be able to choose what videos they want to watch next and can also vote on them using a heart button.
Spotify has already started testing this feature in beta and it is unclear whether it will roll out to all users. For now, users will only be able to access the feature in the beta version of its iOS app. While the TikTok-style video feed is a great addition, it’s still a beta feature and it’s unclear when the feature will be available to all users.
TikTok is a social network that is great for music promotion. Songs posted in the TikTok channel tend to go viral quickly. The algorithm doesn’t depend on follower numbers but on engagement level. If a song’s video is popular, it will be more likely to appear in the TikTok Discover tab.
Spotify also recently introduced a new video format called Canvas. This allows artists to create video clips that loop vertically while the song plays. These snippets can last up to 8 seconds. This feature has received mixed reviews from users. Some people disliked the new format, but overall, it seems to be driving engagement metrics for artists and fans.
Up Next queue
When you’re looking for a specific song or album, you might want to add it to the Spotify Up Next queue. You can do this by double-clicking the song’s name on the desktop, or by touching it on your mobile phone. This feature also lets you add entire albums or playlists to the queue, or delete songs from it.
If you’ve accidentally added a song to the queue, you can quickly delete it from the playing bar. In the web player, you can do the same thing. Look at the lower right corner of the screen for the button labeled “Queue”; you’ll see a three-line icon with three horizontal lines. Click it to delete the song.
Another option is to use Spotify’s “Your Daily Mix” section. This section is located under “Made for You.” This playlist features six never-ending playlists, filled with songs you listen to often. They include familiar songs, deep cuts of artist albums, and new discoveries based on your mood.
Spotify users can also create a group session to listen to the same playlist together. By sharing a URL and scannable code with each other, the users can listen to the same playlist in real-time. The participants in the session can also sync their devices to share the same playlist.
The Radio feature on Spotify’s discover tab is a great way to discover new music. It lets you create personalized radio stations that are based on the genre and artists that you like. After you create your radio station, you can choose to play it or not by clicking the ellipsis icon in the middle. You can also delete a station by clicking the “X” icon in the top-right corner of the screen.
While the Radio feature is a great way to listen to a song without having to leave Spotify, it can also make it difficult to discover new music. It can be difficult to listen to a whole song without knowing the name of the artist or the genre. But if you can find the song you want and have played it a few times, you can skip to the next song. You can also skip to a certain song by clicking on the three dots icon in the radio window.
To add a new song, you can tap the “+” icon to add it to your collection. You can also click on the “…” icon to see more options. You can also add songs to your playlist and share them with your friends. In addition to creating your own playlist, you can also browse other people’s radio stations.
In September, Spotify is releasing an updated version of its app. Among the changes is an algorithmic recommendation system for new releases. By analyzing your listening habits, you’ll be able to discover new music and create playlists that suit your style. Once you’ve created your playlist, you can customize the Discover tab to make your listening experience more personalized.
Spotify recently added a radio feature to its platform. The new feature is aimed at European users, but it’s currently only available in the desktop client. Despite its limited functionality, the Radio feature is still far from a Pandora killer. Its limitations make it hard to use as a standalone streaming service, but it could be better in the future.