My Question or Issue
Hello, Recently as of 3/29/21 I have found this glitch in Spotify mobile when I was browsing music that you can go to an album and then click the album again to add all music from the album to my library. (originally i thought this would show me all the tracks in that album since on the free version it just tells you shuffle play and not the whole list of track names.) I had pressed add all songs to the library when I already had songs from the album since 2017. The dates really matter to me as it is a part of my history but, the point is on mobile and on my laptop all the songs from that album have been re-added and are at the top of my library with the total number in my library being inaccurate as well as the original date I added these songs as it shows on my desktop. Those songs don't show up at the top of the Library because I already had plenty of the songs from that album in my library. So to Spotify support, if you could help me retrack my Spotify account a day before 3/29/21 that would be appreciated. I found out in a small Album that if I repress the add all album songs to the library again It will end up removing the original songs I added years ago on my desktop which is saddening.
I provided images below from all four of my devices to hopefully get my perspective and nO i did not remove the tracks on my desktop they still appear this way even after refreshing on other devices.
iPhone 7 says I have 1,889 songs
Google Pixel 4 says I have 1976 songs
^ Both of this information was recorded at the exact same time with both apps open.
(iPhone 7, Google Pixel 4, Razer Blade 15 2020 Basemodel, Desktop)
(iOS 12.3.1, Android 11, Windows 10.
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Hey there @SpiciousFam82,
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