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I'm coming to Spotify from years Rdio, and I'm totally confused about how Spotify does play queues. Maybe you can help me understand Spotify's logic.
My goal is
What actually happens when I do this in Spotify is
So what's the deal? Do I just treat the first album as a sacrificial lamb so I can add other stuff to the proper queue and ignore the weirdness of Spotify saving the rest of the first album for later? The whole idea of a "Next Tracks" being separate from "Queued Tracks" seems like utter nonsense to me. *But* I'm really curious to see if there's value in Spotify's logic.
Is my workflow the best way to queue up a bunch of albums to play in order? What do you Spotify veterans do?
Is there any way to have songs from my albums, even the first one I play, show up in "Queued Tracks" rather than "Next Tracks"?
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Hey jonathansick, welcome to the Community! Rest assured, I'll be able to help you queue like a pro in no time. What you should do is add your first album to the queue, then add your second album, and so on. If you start playing an album, then add something to the queue, the queue takes priority and the queue is cleared before the rest of the album plays. If you add everything you want to listen to to the queue, everything will take priority. If you start listening to an album, the entire album ISN'T added to the queue, you have to add the album to the queue, to add the album to the queue.
I hope I helped. The Community is great for helping others over in the Help forum, discovering new music in The Green Room and making new friends everywhere! Feel free to explore, and I look forward to seeing you on the forums some time! Good luck with queuing your jam and rock on!