For the last 4 years i have been throwing every song i liked into a playlist that I cap at 150 songs before starting a new one and repeating. This way i havw a catalogue of what music i was listrning to at different periods of my life. Never in my wildest dreams did I think spotify would remove a feature so basic that I barely recognized its existence. Now I have to count each song individually until i count to 150 (or roughly thereabout since you're bound to get lost).
Please sit whatever dev who came up with this idea down and ask him/her exactly why they thought this feature wasn't important and then promptly reinstate it. Its super annoying
I’ve found the solution it was so frustrating, just go to add a (random) song to a playlist and when all playlists pop up when the app tells u to choose which playlist u want the song to be added it will be stating underneath the playlists how many songs there are in each one of them