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My system crashed earlier today for some reason. Of course I had to restart it. The problem was that I had added about 90+ songs to my Spotify Queue before that, and wasn't even half-through them. I lost the entire queue when I restarted my system and then Spotify.
What kind of ridiculous feature is this? I just started the Queue feature on Spotify recently, and went above and beyond today by queueing up bunch of songs to last the entire day. This is extremely disappointing.
But the situation with Queue is worse.
You can't add to a Queue if it's empty. Seriously? If the Queue is empty and I add a song to my Queue, it should get added no matter what. I added 30/40 songs and none of them entered my Queue.
Absoultely dissappointing. I was getting so impressed with Spotify that I was ready to go for Premium. Not anymore though.