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If I see that a song in my playlist(s) is blurred and not clickable, I guess that means the song is removed by Spotify.
My question is: does this apply to all songs that are removed by Spotify? can I allways tell by this cue that it happened?
In other words: are there maybe even more songs removed that I do not know of, because Spotify removed them completely (so even without leaving them blurred out) so I cannot tell which songs were removed by Spotify?
It would feel quite bad if I put so much time in creating playlists that shrink all the time because Spotify deletes songs without telling us which songs they deleted. I hope that is not the case.
Thank you in advance.
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As far as I know, yes, this is the way Spotify lets us know tracks have been deleted - in all cases. I've been a customer for about ten years, I have about 27,000 tracks, and I have not known them to just delete a track without my knowing - for all their other faults.