[Mobile][Your Library] Sort Library by Runtime

The current version of the app across all platforms allows users to sort their library by recent play, recent addition, alphabetical order, creator, or custom order.

 

Allowing users to sort their library by runtime would be useful to many, as I know many people (myself included) look for collections of songs—whether albums or playlists—that last the same amount of time as an activity they may be performing (e.g. washing dishes, working out, taking a nap). It would be nice to be able to look at albums or playlists in the same range of runtime when selecting music to put on for a certain activity. For a playlist folder, maybe an average runtime of the included playlists could be used to determine its position.

Updated on 2022-04-12

Hey @budde4444 

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Eni
Status changed to: New Suggestion

Updated on 2022-01-12

Hello and thanks for submitting your idea to the Idea Exchange!

 

We've gone ahead and marked this as a new suggestion. Spotify Staff will look into this idea once it reaches the necessary amount of votes.

 

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osornios
Status changed to: Closed - Not Enough Votes

Updated on 2022-04-12

Hey @budde4444 

Your Idea has been submitted a while ago, and unfortunately hasn't gathered enough votes (50 votes within 3 months) to keep it active in the Exchange. Be sure to know that this does not mean that your Idea has been declined by Spotify.

Don't worry, your Idea will still be able to gain more votes, and may get a Live Idea status if it receives enough of them.

For more info on how the Ideas Board works, click here. 🙂