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As of version 220.127.116.110, Spotify introduced a 4th bottom button between Home and Search called "Discover". It's meant to be quick access to recommended music. Unfortunately, it's possible to tap this button by accident and immediately replace the song you're listening to with something that's much louder, potentially giving you a jump scare (especially while listening with earbuds). Although I like the idea of browsing recommended music, it should not be placed on the bottom bar as a navigational tool. Please give us the option to hide this button.
The Discover Video Feed is a new feature which Spotify is testing out.
At Spotify, we’re often testing and launching improvements and new features. This means you might see something on the app your friend doesn’t, or get a new feature to try temporarily. Read more about Spotify tests here.
We appreciate you taking the time to share your suggestions and feedback about this new feature test with the Community. As this isn't officially a part of the regular Spotify experience, we're not currently accepting ideas for it, until and if that becomes the case.
However, it's super helpful to get feedback on this from you, so we’ve gathered all threads and Ideas in one place and we’ve passed this onto the right teams at Spotify.
We want to thank you again, as your suggestions help shape and develop new features.