And I wonder how/where these valuable insights will make their way back to the User level. Perhaps creating a different mechanism for allowing user input, where metadata is inaccurate or needs to be enhanced, would create a win/win for everyone. Otherwise Spotify becomes less user friendly as users need to figure out how to deal with the inaccuracies that abound here.
This is ridiculous, why would you remove it? You didn't even explain why. You can't just remove something people obviously like without giving any reason as to why, that's just shitty communication.
I've been a regular Spotify user since 2015 and I have to say I'm pretty disappointed with several aspects of your product.
Overall it's great and I continue to use it because it's the best music player I'm aware of, but as a company of your size there's basically no excuse for the errors you guys are making. You're doing a lousy job.
This is an example. You also removed the inbox which many users liked. The Android app also sucks. I've encountered several large bugs that still haven't been fixed. Many people have complained about this, it's not just me. Go and look at what your customers say on Reddit.