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[Music] Click on Record Label to go to Label's Music

i know you can search for labels with:  label:"blah blah" 

but it would be good if, on an album it just said nexto the year which label it was released by. then you could just click it to get up a search of that label.

 

Updated on 2023-03-30

Hey everyone,

 

It seems that this idea ended up in the wrong board accidentally, so we're bringing it back.

 

We're keeping the previous Not Right Now status, as we don't have any immediate plans to implement this. As soon as we have any new information to share, rest assured we'll check back in here.

 

Take care.

Comments
ddrzaius

Please please please implement this. It seems like such an obvoius function. The label: blah blah method is incredibly hit and miss. You have to type in in exactly the right way, spaces or no spaces? inverted commas or not? It's not obvious, and it doesn't seem to bring back any results at the moment, no matter how i write it. As people have mentioned before, if you do get results, it usually doesn't show the whole catalogue, which is frustrating, and pointless if you wanted to browse in chronological order. One of the most fruitful ways to search for music is by searching labels catalogues. Having the name of the label next to the album or song name so you can just click it and browse like discogs would really open up Spotify. IMO this is not a 'nice to have', this is essential, basic stuff. I don't want to have to use a third party like discogs to look things up and then search separately in Spotify. It should be built in functionality. This would increase people's engagement and streams no end I would have thought. If another streaming services implements the function, I'm sorry to say I would probably switch.

Iscariot360

It's surprising that this feature hasn't been implemented yet, since I imagine that the available data is not only already present but structured. This would be a fantastic way to explore music.

Marco
Status changed to: Inactive Idea

Edit: This idea has been reposted here.

Updated on 2018-06-15

Hello!

Your idea has been submitted a while ago but unfortunately hasn't gathered enough kudos (100 per year). In order to keep an overview of the active & recent ideas in this forum, we will close this idea for now. However this does not mean that your idea has been declined by Spotify.

If you still feel strongly about your request, we encourage you to post your idea in a little different form again! Maybe now is the right time to receive the support of our community for your suggestion! 😉

Do you have any further questions on how the idea exchange is managed? Just click here!

Yordan
Status changed to: Not Right Now

Updated on 2023-03-30

Hey everyone,

 

It seems that this idea ended up in the wrong board accidentally, so we're bringing it back.

 

We're keeping the previous Not Right Now status, as we don't have any immediate plans to implement this. As soon as we have any new information to share, rest assured we'll check back in here.

 

Take care.

SaFJEM_radio

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Add to the program the ability to search for releases by music labels. In each release, you write information about the music label, so why didn't they organize a search for this information. Let's say in the search bar I drive in the music label and the date from which I need to start the search. It would be very convenient! Also make it possible to subscribe to the label in spotify and receive new tracks on the NEWS app page

jayespea

Hi Spotify. I need to do what and then what and then what to remove a song from a playlist? The three dots, upper right, allow similar tasks like adding to another playlist or sharing with another user. It should also include removing the song from the present playlist. This is no small operation. I mean, you guys did that Joe Rogan thing, twice. 

mxq

And now u start to hide label info under the release playlist wth