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When I’m listening to a playlist, I may want to go and check out some other song or playlist, but when I return I can’t continue where I left off. I think it’s odd that this feature is only available to free subscription users.
Updated on 2020-02-24
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**bleep** yessss, I’ve been wanting this for years!
You're right this is odd. I didn't know this exist at all.
Totally agree, SO annoying!
Please vote. This is the absolute worst of Spotify’s shortcomings.
This is a great idea. Must be also added for Android.
I have Android Auto in my car and I have a dedicated playlist for trip.
The playlist is sorted by myself according to music style and transition. Random playing is not possible otherwise music can switch between Hardstyle banger to Symphony....
This option will avoid to hear anytime the same music when starting the playlist (like Spotify playlists which are not starting from the same music), or to scroll to the "Last music you think you heard last time". Which is definitely more safe while driving.
It will also avoid to have such studies: https://newatlas.com/automotive/apple-carplay-android-auto-car-infotainment-worse-than-texting/ which could bring to Government decision which could impact Spotify usage in car...
This is a great idea. Must be also added for the Spotify desktop app.
This should also work with albums, not just playlists.
Spotify for Desktop has this feature. When you press 'Play' (it only shuffles when shuffle is enabled, which is good I guess), it changes to 'Pause'. If this feature did happen to be implemented to all platforms, I would like an option to toggle it, as I like pressing shuffle multiple times on mobile until a song I like comes on.
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