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"Recommended" songs history, playlist

I listen with Spotify Premium in USA on desktop Mac and Windows, both via Chrome

 

Q1: After an hour or so of listening, when I realize that Spotify has been playing good "Recommended for You" songs, I'd like to make a Playlist from them. Can I?

 

Q2: Can I scroll back through the songs and find one that no longer appears on the list of songs currently playing?

 

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Hey @SylviainCalif and welcome 🙂

 

1. It sounds like you have autoplay on. When you click on the album art of the currently playing track, you should be taken to the Playlist Radio. That's the hidden feature behind Autoplay and featured tracks!
It's not really possible to turn it into a playlist itself with a single click, but you can select as many tracks as you wish and put them into a playlist of yours. 🙂

 

2. You should be able to see the last 50 tracks when you go to Queue - History.

For longer history I highly recommend creating a last.fm account and linking it with your Spotify account - you'll get very detailed listening statistics and no track will escape you again.

 

Let me know if you need further help, have a lovely day 🌞

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Hey @SylviainCalif and welcome 🙂

 

1. It sounds like you have autoplay on. When you click on the album art of the currently playing track, you should be taken to the Playlist Radio. That's the hidden feature behind Autoplay and featured tracks!
It's not really possible to turn it into a playlist itself with a single click, but you can select as many tracks as you wish and put them into a playlist of yours. 🙂

 

2. You should be able to see the last 50 tracks when you go to Queue - History.

For longer history I highly recommend creating a last.fm account and linking it with your Spotify account - you'll get very detailed listening statistics and no track will escape you again.

 

Let me know if you need further help, have a lovely day 🌞

SebastySpotify Star
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Thanks @Sebasty, I will check these out!

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