For a lot of independent artists and curators, as well as listeners, the "Discovered On" tab on Desktop is an essential tool for finding playlists curated by the ever-expanding Spotify community. While in some Beta versions, this feature is *worryingly* gone, it would be a major blow to many users to see it removed.
Similarly, in the Mobile view, there is a Featuring [Artist] Row that essentially serves the same purpose, however, it only shows Spotify's own playlists and not user-generated playlists.
It will be great to see the Featuring [Artist] tab expanded to include non-official (user) playlists as well, perhaps in a similar fashion to the About -> Discovered On section where up to 5 playlists featuring that artist are visible, regardless of whether they are Spotify or user-generated. Currently, the Mobile Featuring [Artist] section barely shows any content for most smaller artists, while in many cases, there certainly are many users who curate playlists that include the artist.
Spotify has always prided itself as a place where people can share playlists together and essentially championed the "playlist" movement in streaming platforms. To see this gradually move into Algorithmic and Editorial playlists will be damaging to the platform's purpose for practically all users, especially the smaller musicians and fans of niche genres that Spotify does not curate playlists for.
I've attached the example of the artist Kaya Project, whose 5 visible Discovered On playlists include 2 Spotify playlists and many more independent playlists (3 of which are showing). However, on Mobile, only the two official ones (and Radio) are showing, and not ANY indie playlists.
Please consider expanding on this feature and helping out the indies!