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I'm a Linux user and a big fan of Spotify, but one thing has been bothering me a lot. The option to minimize Spotify to the system tray is missing from the app settings, under "Startup and Window Behaviour". I've browsed old posts back from 2015, but no real solution could be found. I'm running Spotify on Solus (both GNOME and Budgie DEs).
Is this issue being worked on? Is there a workaround for it? Will it be resolved in upcoming updates? 😞