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I may be posting this on the Mac forum but this is happening on all of my devices including my MacBook Pro Retina. My other devices that I have Spotify Premium are my iPad Pro 2018, my iPhone 8 Plus and my iPhone 6S Plus. So today I was browsing my Spotify like normal, and I went to see what Spotify was suggesting in my Daily Mixes and I noticed that they turned into regular playlist where you can follow them and download them instead of the usual, at least what I'm used to being a long term user of this service, endless mixes that the Daily Mixes provided me. Im glad to still have all 6 of my Mixes (yes I do listen to a lot of music within a few genres as you will see in the screenshots) with stuff that I like from them but I am not a fan of them being transformed into finite regular playlists since the limitless aspect of them is what made me not only love this feature, but made me start listening to Spotify in general more and let me see how my tastes have evolved over time. Is there a way that I can have my daily mixes "fixed" aka go back to their original limitless state? I'm not happy about this change if it is indeed a new thing and I feel like spotify is like deezer with their finite flow playlists if this is indeed a new thing sadly. Any help
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We just wanted to confirm on our end that this is not an issue, and this is the intended behaviour of Daily Mix.
Now, Daily Mixes will be refreshed on a daily basis and will contain 50 songs each. If you have Autoplay enabled in your Settings, a playlist radio will be generated which will mimic the endless quality of the old Daily Mixes.
Feel free to leave your feedback in this idea (Revert Daily Mixes to Continuous Play).
Just to follow up on what @eltoch said, this feature has been gradually rolling out to all users, so some users might have been seeing this behaviour for a few months already.
Let us know if you have any questions about the above.
Thanks! Stay awesome 🙂