[Podcasts] Mark all/multiple podcasts played

Add the ability to mark all prior podcasts played. Recently joined spotify and would like to consolidate my apps. If I subscribe to a podcast with hundreds of episodes I would like to be able to pick the last one I heard on my current player and mark it AND all prior played. Currently the only way to do this is by manually marking each episode.

Updated on 2019-08-10

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Moderator
Status changed to: New Idea

Updated on 2019-08-10

Hello and thanks for bringing your feedback to the Idea Exchange. We've marked this as a new idea--we've also updated the title to clarify what you're requesting for other users.

Spotify Staff will look into this idea once it reaches the necessary amount of votes. More information about how the Spotify Idea Exchange works can be found: here

kylelistens
Visitor

This is the main reason I don't use Spotify for podcasts. Ideally (for me at least) there would be the option to mark all/multiple as played, as well as marking them unplayed in case I want to re-listen to a show.

leigha
Newbie

Agreed! I've just moved over from another service and watch to mark everything I've already listened to as played. I hope Spotify moves forward with developing this feature! 

Neshouse
Newbie

Recently explored on moving my podcast experience to Spotify as well, however there are too many basic features missing.

 

As stated above, when moving from another app to Spotify with over 100 episodes it's an unmissable feature to be able to mark episodes as played in one swift move. It's undoable doing this one by one.

 

This feature is needed... And also if you ask me; automatic downloads of new episodes is a big no-go for switching, at least for me.