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I really like the addition of being able to sort Liked Songs by Artist and Album, thank you for that.
However, with that, it's been made unnecessarily more difficult to search for specific songs in Liked Songs by requiring you to push the top right 3 dots and then "Find in Liked Songs".
Please bring back being able to simply swipe down, get the search bar, and type in the song details.
Updated on 2020-12-15
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We've merged these duplicate ideas together, so that we have a better understanding on votes and comments.
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l aggre. You should at least allow a search when the user to scroll down(up and down) with fingers. Like seeing the options (Wifi, Sound Bluetooth) but on spotify for searching on liked songs, playlists...
Yes, please bring back this feature Spotify!!!! Also please add the same feature to playlists.
You guys can hide the search bar if you want. Like, when we first open a playlist the search bar won't show but when we swipe down we can see it.
This is the most frustrating change EVER!!!
Why are we still waiting for this to be fixed?
@Joshua41"Why are we still waiting for this to be fixed? "Hope. It has no impact to any design initiative at Spotify. They even use the same design everywhere else were it doesn't count. Hope is not dead.
HELLO? SOFTWARE ENGINEERS?? HELLO? DOES NO ONE SEE THIS TOPIC??
NEXT UPDATE WITH PLAYLIST SEARCH NOT IN THIS **bleep** 3 DOT MENU PLEASE!!!
HALLLLO. WAKE UP.. I ASK MYSELF WHY I PAY 9,99 BUCKS EVERY MONTH AND NO ONE CARES ABOUT THE WISHES OF THE USERS.. THATS SO SAD.. AND MORE SAD IS, THAT DEEZER HAS LESS CONTENT THAN SPOTIFY..
WAKE UP MODS AND UPDATE-PROGRAMMERS..
I will cancel my Spotify subscription this week if they don't listen. It's so easy to find music everywhere else
This is taking far to long. Noone likes this change and it still persists. Why?
This is very disheartening. I've been waiting for a year or longer this to be at least returned,or implemented in another way, (as someone with four 1,000+ song playlists, this was a really good feature). We have lost a good chunk of their usability since the change, and I would have expected that with a relatively large and unified community request that it would have been addressed at this point. Sad to see when such a promising company goes public and these usable and segment-differentiating functions die in the basement. Here's to hoping, Spotify. Makes you wonder why they are unwilling to revert the change, maybe a financial/unethical reason?