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The new update for the Desktop Versions (Mac and Windows) have removed the application's "offline" mode function. You can still download songs and put it available for offline playing but putting the entire app on "offline" mode is no longer possible. This is incredibly inconvenient as Spotify cannot lunch when office firewalls are blocking it. Putting Spotify in offline mode allows you to play your offline songs even on office VPN. Spotify rolled this out without notifying their users as it seems as their Twitter support didn't even knew about this at first.
Windows 10 and macOS 10.15
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Hi there @artcwolf,
Thanks for the screenshot.
From what we can see, it appears that you're currently running a free account. Offline mode is a Premium feature, hence only available on Premium accounts. You can check out this article for more info about the different plans that Spotify offers.
Hope this clears things up.