Long track titles don't display fully

Device: Window10 pc; iPhone 4S, IPad Mini

 

Operating System Version: Windows 10 on pc; iOS9 on Apple devices

 

Spotify Version: 1.0.15.133.gf21970bd

 

Description: On much classical music the track name is preceded by the album title, which means that track title is not visible, due I presume by a limitation on the number of characters displayable. For example the Haydn Missa in anguistis "Nelson Mass"...  has 9 'songs'/tracks/movements but you cant see which is which. Or even verify the are being played in the correct order.

 

To reproduce:

  1. Search for Haydn Nelson Mass spotify:user:1155037282:playlist:4VXx4U34HrvfVajk8NlQnL
  2. In the first result you will find in album view you get the 'SONG'/ARTIST/Album listing but it's the same information for each track.

Workaround:

Could the information scroll across the space available, or appear in a popup so you can read the full title? Or the album information which is common to each track placed last in the track title?. Or can I choose not to display one of the other headers so I can see the full track name?

 

Additional information:

This is very frustrating andif there's no solution then sorry but I shall be unlikely to continue with Premium beyound the free trial period.

 

Hi @PhilDraper I recommend posting about this in our Community Idea Exchange. From there we can see how many other issues would like to see this feature changed for longer titles. Thanks!

Comments
Community Manager
Community Manager
Status changed to: Not An Issue

Hi @PhilDraper I recommend posting about this in our Community Idea Exchange. From there we can see how many other issues would like to see this feature changed for longer titles. Thanks!

PhilDraper
Casual Listener
Thanks, now posted as suggested. Much obliged.
lpsayo
Casual Listener

How can you change this to "not an issue" THIS IS AN ISSUE. I will NOT CONTINUE my Spotify account without this being addressed. Maybe that's not an issue to Spotify too

jantra1
Newbie

It is really annoying to see that someone points out to such an obvious problem, and the person representing Spotify answers it is not an issue. Either God didn't give them brains, or they don't care to offer a good service to people they get money from

jonjonbobi
Newbie

2019 and this is still an issue?