[Your Music] Folder Organization

Currently, folder creation is limited to playlists. This makes the "Save to Your Music" functionality within Spotify unusable -- a major drag when the only alternative is to save albums as playlists, creating album v. playlist ambiguity within the navbar (see attached image.)

 

Proposed solution -- as a Spotify user, I should be able to:

  • create folders within the “Albums” tab of "Your Music."
  • nest "Albums" folders within one another. 
  • drag-and-drop "Saved" album objects into the folders within "Albums" section of "Your Music."

I wrote about this scope in more detail here.

albumplaylist amiguity in spotify navbar.png

Updated on 2019-08-29

Hello!

 

Your idea has been submitted a while ago but unfortunately hasn't gathered enough kudos (100 per year). In order to keep an overview of the active & recent ideas in this forum, I'll close this idea for now. However this does not mean that your idea has been declined by Spotify.

If you still feel strongly about your request, I encourage you to post your idea in a little different form again! Maybe now is the right time to receive the support of our community for your suggestion! ;)

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Abiyoya
Newbie

I soooooooooooooooooooooooooo agree that Folders in Albums are a necessity!!!!!!!!

 

Now that I have a loooong list of albums, they are all mixed in the list and finding some music for a particular mood (study, morning, upbeat, etc...) is unnecessarily tedious.

 

PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE Spotify!! Add the same functionality that already exists in Playlist!!!

Rebob
Newbie

Can you only save music if you are a premium member? I hit "save" and then don't know where to find it.

me__
Newbie

Please reconsider this. I have all of these albums I want to keep track of, but I just end up removing albums I save because the albums folder becomes too cluttered. I want to create folders like: 

"My Favorite Albums of All Time", "My Favorite Electronic Albums", "Nostalgic Albums", "Albums I Haven't Listened to yet.", "New Albums".... etc... without having to lump all of those songs into one big playlist.

b1nney
Newbie

It's honestly insane that this feature doesn't exist and that you write it off so blithely... Stuff like this makes me consider cancelling my Spotify account.

davidyork
Gig Goer

Come on Spotify. Why is it taking you so long to come up with a way for people to arrange their albums? Using folders or tagging with genres to allow sorting would make the saving of albums a much more useful thing. Until then, its pretty much necessary to dump albums into playlists if you want to sort them, which defeats the whole point of being able to save albums...

gomeraman
Casual Listener

Apparently, Spotify does not **bleep** about what the users want. I also have the feeling that nobody is available if there are any technical problems. This is really poor for a multi-billion dollar company. We should find more users to support this feature, and be open that we will otherwise cancel our subscription. But to be honest, I think they even would not care if it were several thousand cancelling at the same time. 

gomeraman
Casual Listener

**bleep** = give a s**t 

Schnork
Newbie

This is so sad. Every few months I check by and think: this is such a basic feature why is it not here jet? If someone doesnt want it, just dont use it.

And realy: I dont want some one else to sort my music for me, i need to do this my self. There is no solution which will fit all. My artists and albums page is basically useless. Creating folders and playlists is just not gonna do the trick.

Comon guys: 87 million users, for sure a capable dev team, what's the big deal?

theoaronson
Music Fan

Possible for dev team to reivist this idea this year? Its been requested annually and I think would be an awesome addition to helping us manage our music libraries and encouraging people to create more playlists. Thanks!

BertFMacklin
Newbie

Is this possible in other streaming services? Because I will abandon spotify and join the first one that allows this to be done.