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[All Platforms] Changelog after each Update (In-App)

With each new update, no matter what gets added or taken away, there is a curious lack of accountability from the actual staff, and the (paying) userbase are left confused.


Why can we not drag from iTunes into our playlists anymore? Why can we not order our playlist columns as we see fit?


So a detailed, easily accessible, log after each update would sort this. In this log should be a list of all the changes made with each update, and with the reasons why the changes were made. This is most important.


We pay for this service. Why should we be left utterly confused with each update? We're left to scurry over to this forum, where your lackeys (who actually aren't on the development team) have no choice but to say 'I don't know' to each question, and with each request to implement back a feature in the Ideas section, the only response is 'This is not a priority'.


What's wrong with some honesty, eh?

Updated on 2018-10-03


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I don't think we need the reasons, but it is a bit absurd that you don't release a log with *what* was changed.


Well, anyone who can't offer a change log isn't really working carefully enough.
I wouldn't give out a change log if I want to pretend to have done something when in reality I haven't done anything or I'm acting like a body opening below half the belt who doesn't care what other people want or I'm just ignorant towards all other people and screw over my employer.
So I'm not surprised that the Android app doesn't work without errors and that the errors are NOT fixed even after several reports. That's what I call true ignorance and why should you even be polite or nice to people like that if their way of working is possibly even harmful to the employer?

In my opinion, it's time to have a serious word with those responsible because of the considerable shortcomings in their work!
The velvet glove era should finally come to an end.


I posted in this thread in 2018 shortly after the official response.
Good to know Spotify are still the same spineless pieces of garbage I stopped giving my money to 5 years ago.