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[iOS] Siri Shortcuts Support

Status: Not Right Now

PREFACE:

With the release of iOS 12, iPhone users can now utilize Shortcuts to make the most of their daily routines by automating tasks and steps in both native and third party apps. Currently, the extent to which Spotify can be utilized via Shortcuts is to simply Open App.

 

IDEA:

I wish to see more options and a wider scope of utility of Spotify in Shortcuts to the capacity of playing specific playlists when I leave my home, and adding the current song to a new custom playlist that I can name, or even copying a song link to a tweet. I know the Shortcut app would be capable of handling a workflow along those lines but it seems it would require a bit more generosity from the Spotify app.

 

MODERATORS:

Please note that this is NOT the same idea requested here considering that post is requesting for "Siri Integration" not "Shortcut Support". In addition, this idea is no longer an announcement as prefaced here and is now a public feature in iOS 12 as of Monday (9/17).

 

Updated on 2018-12-06

Hey folks, Spotify staff here.


We wanted to post an update as this idea has reached over 500 votes from our users.

 

We’re always working on improving the Spotify experience across platforms, but we’re afraid we don’t have any further information to share at the moment.

 

We typically don't announce integrations with third parties in advance. The best place to keep an eye on is our blog for news updates about any such partnerships.

 

Thanks for continuing to share your ideas and give us feedback in our Idea Exchange.

Comments
itzcharlotte

Yeah I commented on this a couple years ago and I really can’t believe this isn’t a thing. I’m switching to Apple Music. This should have been done by now or at least added to the list of features to come.

Duckrabbit

PLEASE add "shortcuts" for *sorting* as it's the thing I lose most time on, when wanting to listen to my podcasts.

"Play next song" might seem useful (and it is) but those are mostly covered by one click actions (esp in cars & on headphones)

 

Sorting is what makes the whole listening experience tedious. (choosing "sorting", then "unplayed", then "sorting", then "oldest to newest") esp because Spotify doesn't care about habits or defaults (WHO in their right mind would want to listen to the LAST episode FIRST, or would want to default on ALREADY PLAYED EPISODES?!)