[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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Comments
BertFMacklin
Newbie

To Spotify:

I don't need your playlists. I have never listened to discover weekly or whatever personalized playlists your algorithm made for me. I also don't need Spotify to show me new music I might like, i get that from friends recccomendations nd from reading music blogs and magazines. I am aware that your investment in making personalized playlists is useful for 90% of the listens who just want some kind of soundtrack to go to the gym or have dinner with friends, and it is more profitable to invest in that kind of public (it's the majority of it). 

So, not letting users (who listen in an album-oriented way) to organize their saved albums: will it compromise your business model that much? Do you think that users who listens to your personalized playlists will stop doing so if they are able to organize their saved music collection?

 

This is really important to me, i just can't stand having my "saved albums" in such a mess. Also, is there I way i can ask for Spotify directly about this? Like some customer service? or will this message be forgotten forever? How about other streaming platforms?

Thanks so much

zenwho
Casual Listener

@BertFMacklin wrote:

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


It can be done with Roon Labs, a 3rd-party service used in conjunction with TIDAL, Qobuz, and/or music files (MP3, FLAC, etc) on your local network.  Roon allows any number of rich tags to be assigned to saved albums, which means you can categorize them in any way desired (e.g. "dinner-party jazz", "teenage nostalgia", "Pitchfork recommends this", "guilty pleasures").

 

Unfortunately Roon is not cheap ($119 USD/year or $499 USD lifetime) and will not work with Spotify (because Spotify refuses to allow integration with Roon).

 

But if Spotify ever does implement a personal album categorization system, I hope they rip off Roon's rich tagging because it's **bleep** good!

Eric1004
Newbie

absurd.  it's a simple addition.  being able to organize albums, just as one might organize CDs on a shelf, is basic.  

Rock Star 11
Rock Star 11
Status changed to: Inactive Idea

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! ;)

Do you have any further questions on how the idea exchange is managed? Just click here!