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On Premium in the US before the latest Desktop version of Spotify, there used to be a feature that would recommend similar songs when scrolling at the very bottom of my playlists.
This is no longer possible on the newest version. When scrolling down on my own Playlists, there is no window pane suggesting similar tracks to what is on that playlist.
This only worked for non-local songs but I used it extensively to add similar tracks by "curating" what I add and listening to them before adding in bulk. I am very picky on what goes into my playlists and often my Playlists are not defined by specific genre or or artists.
Being recommended tracks based on what is on a playlist on on the same window as a Playlist I've already made cuts down a lot of searching or listening to radios or genre mixes that usually don't have the tracks I want.
Am I missing something here and this still exists, or has this feature been removed?