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Hey all, I have been listening to some playlists on spotify (Hype and also Sub Low for example) and have noticed that they are auto crossfading songs - I dont seem to be able to stop this from happening. This happens on both pc and android. I was wondering if there is a way to stop this from happening so I can listen to the full songs in the playlist?
I have made sure that my crossfading is turned off in my spotify app settings.
android and windows laptop
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There is some playlists we have created and mixed together for you. These playlists are auto crossfading and you can't switch this off. You can however drag all songs into one of your own playlists and decide if you'd like to cross fade or not.
Hope this helps. Let us know if you have further questions.
Have a nice day!
Hey there folks,
Thanks for reaching out here in the Community regarding this!
We really appreciate all your feedback about this.
If you would also prefer to have all playlists without Crossfade, we'd recommend adding your +VOTE and comments in this existing Community idea. This way, you can stay up to speed with any updates we have regarding this.
You can also check here for more info on how your feedback reaches Spotify.
In the meanwhile, a workaround is to create a playlist like @Guido suggested including the songs that you'd like to listen to without the Crossfade effect.
Hope this helps clarify things but don't hesitate to give us a shout if there's anything else we can help with!
Have a lovely day 🙂