There's currently two queues in Spotify: The editable queue. ("Queued tracks") The locked queue. ("Next tracks") If you press the queue button with tracks in both lists, you can see that these two queues follow each other. The editable queue always plays first. The problem is having a locked queue at all. You can't empty it without interrupting playback, and you'll have to use a workaround to do so. You can't reorder it or add or delete songs. After finishing the editable queue, Spotify always continues playback from the locked queue. The workaround is starting playback at the very last item on a page. The locked queue will then have no further items. Then you can continue by purely using the queue right-click function instead of double-click or enter. This adds items to the editable queue. These tracks can then be reordered and deleted as you wish. This UI behaviour is, however, not very user-friendly and quite frankly really annoying. It's also very unconventional having two queues in a music player. I've never seen any other software using either a dual-queue system or a locked queue system. Here's a good implementation suggestion from user Styrke: ---- Google Play Music's queue system is really easy to understand and use. Just do what they do. I can describe it by three (3) easy bullets: Double clicking a song starts playing it and adds the rest of the list that the song came from to the queue. (The queue gets overwritten) Right click one or more songs to add them to the top ("play next") or the bottom ("add to queue") of the queue. Everything in the queue can be removed or rearranged by drag-and-drop ---- EDIT: I updated the terminology to match the new Spotify. Items are no longer yellow and white, but are now under separate headings and in the same color instead.
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