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Why is there a limit? It's 2017!

Status: Not An Issue

Hi all, 

 

Gonna rage for a sec here. 

 

I do NOT understand why - in the age of limitless data - there is a cap on the number of songs you can easily add to your collection.

 

According to other posts, https://community.spotify.com/t5/Live-Ideas/Increase-maximum-songs-allowed-in-quot-Your-Music-quot/i..., the Spotify staff cites that less than 1% of their user base reach the 10,000 song limit. 

 

Here's the problem with that: it's 2017. When Spotify launched about 10 years ago, I could see there being a potential conflict with data both for the user and for the company. Today, not so much.

 

Plus, with many users now being users for a number of years it seems highly likely that the users' collection will have grown over the amount of time that they've been subscribing.

 

It's absolutely absurd.

 

So why is it that the same limit is still imposed upon Spotify's users? 

Hey @unnonymous, welcome to the Community!

 

We hear you. We’d love to see your vote, and hear your feedback on this idea: https://community.spotify.com/t5/Live-Ideas/Increase-maximum-songs-allowed-in-quot-Your-Music-quot/i....

 

🙂

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Alejandro_C
Status changed to: Not An Issue

Hey @unnonymous, welcome to the Community!

 

We hear you. We’d love to see your vote, and hear your feedback on this idea: https://community.spotify.com/t5/Live-Ideas/Increase-maximum-songs-allowed-in-quot-Your-Music-quot/i....

 

🙂

unnonymous

Yeah... I already voted on that, and that post is from 2014. If it hasn't been changed to an issue by now, I have no idea when it actually will. 😕  It leaves users feeling a bit powerless.

unnonymous

Cool response, Spotify! It'd be neat if you wouldn't change it to "not an issue" without even asking.