I know there's a thousand posts on this subject, so I'm not going to start a new one. It seems pretty obvious at this point that Spotify is never going to increase the 10,000 song collection limit (which is, of course, insane), and I know they link you to the vote page to vote for the idea. I think we all also know nothing will ever come from that.
I just wish I knew what the reason was for it. Apple Music doesn't seem to be suffering from having a much larger collection size.
I'm at the point where I need to figure out which course of action is going to take more work: trying to sort out how I want to build inane playlists instead of having one, easy, organized collection like any normal music fan would have, or navigating the best way to migrate my entire collection to a different service.
I'll never be happy with the limits on collection size, but I could make peace with it if Spotify gave even one logical reason why it exists in the first place.
Sorry for the rant. Just endlessly frustrated by this