Hi there! Back in the days I used to listen songs by albums. Even if they weren't full of liked songs. It's easy to scroll and navigate because of catchy covers and one album can contain several songs so scrolling one album = scroll some amount of songs in one gesture.
Now it's all messed up. Okay now I have to like album so it wasn't in "recommended". I can live with it. But I'm still curious why I should do it if I enjoy only one or two songs from it but okay whatever. And oh dear god now in albums in my library I see all songs even that I didn't add. Why Spotify? I've been confused during more than a year and I still don't understand how I am suppose to use my library now. Should I scroll throgh thousand songs in "liked" playlist? Or maybe should I waste my time to create playlists? I don't understand new system with separate albums and song it's illogical
We understand where you're coming from and will make sure all your feedback reaches the right teams. We always aim to improve and you can be sure that your voice will be heard. As a heads up we have an extensive blog about the changes to Your Library here. There you'll find some useful tips and tricks on how to navigate the new design. You can also learn more about the sort and filter functions here.
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