[All Platforms] Remember Position in Playlist / Album

Please remember the current song playing in a playlist so if I switch away to a different playlist and then switch back, Spotify will know where I left off.

 

I often can't finish a playlist right away or my mood changes so I might switch to a different playlist. Later, I want to finish the previous playlist, not start over again.

 

 

Edit: Idea has been reposted here.

 

Updated on 2020-01-10

Hi folks.

We appreciate your feedback and your votes. However, this idea has been Not Right Now for over two years so we'll have to close it.

We will keep en eye out and if things change we'll come back and provide an update.

Comments
Regular
This or even implementing a played status on tracks that you have already listened to , discovering new music shouldn't have to be such hard work
Newbie

Lots of activity and good feedback from Spotify customers on this question lately... The key question is, of course, are those who can do something about it listening to us??

Casual Listener

+1

Regular

this feature needs to be implemented, if I am midway through a playlist I can't listen to anything else without knowing where I was in the playlist - maybe the listened to tracks could be dimmed similar to the ones that are unavailabe ones?

Newbie
Get used to this not being a feature. Its been over a year since I posted
about this a and Spotify hasnt done anything about it.
Regular

@groupama3 wrote:

this feature needs to be implemented, if I am midway through a playlist I can't listen to anything else without knowing where I was in the playlist - maybe the listened to tracks could be dimmed similar to the ones that are unavailabe ones?


@groupama3, I like your idea about dimmed tracks to show which songs you've already listened to, but I think Spotify already uses that to indicate which tracks are unavailable. Instead, maybe Spotify could use a green line to indicate the location in the playlist or album where you last left off? Here's a mock-up:

 Playlist Position Indicator Concepts.png

 

 

Newbie

Could someone from Spotify tell us why this feature isn't implemented? This could maybe help cope with this unbearable situation.

(YouTube Music is calling me!)

Music Fan

 Excellent idea. Come on Spotify, listen to your customers. I like to create large master playlists as I go along and then listen to the songs  in order as and when I have the time. If I stop after a certain number of songs the last song played will be highlighted in green next time I look, making it easy to know where I left off. However this only happens if I don't play any other songs on Spotify in between the playlist sessions. If for instance I go to a different playlist or chart or whatever and play a track, the next time I go back to my master playlist the green highlighting is no longer on the last played track. I then have to scroll through and try and find the last played song manually. It would be great if it was possible to mark the last played song in a playlist in such a way that when you come back to it, it can be easily found without the need to trawl through all the other songs, even if you play other songs in between.

Music Fan

Seems to me there have been many more requests for this feature since Spotify posted their brazen notice that they're not planning to implement it. Come on guys, you have paying customers out there and you are not listening to them. Let's get this must-have feature implemented ASAP.

Regular

@aesterling wrote:

@groupama3 wrote:

this feature needs to be implemented, if I am midway through a playlist I can't listen to anything else without knowing where I was in the playlist - maybe the listened to tracks could be dimmed similar to the ones that are unavailabe ones?


@groupama3, I like your idea about dimmed tracks to show which songs you've already listened to, but I think Spotify already uses that to indicate which tracks are unavailable. Instead, maybe Spotify could use a green line to indicate the location in the playlist or album where you last left off? Here's a mock-up:

 Playlist Position Indicator Concepts.png

 

 I like this one - I was just merely suggesting the greyed out option as it is something they have already been using - well done 🙂