Spotify is rolling out a new more streamlined ‘Your Library’ that makes it easier to discover and rediscover music and podcasts.
If you’re an avid Spotify listener, your music and podcast collection will grow significantly over time, as you add newly-discovered or all-time favorite tunes several times a day.
This can make it more difficult to locate content – whether it’s something you added just yesterday or 3 years ago. That’s why Spotify is rolling out a new ‘Your Library’ that will help you more “easily explore your collection and find your saved music and podcasts faster.”
Apart from an updated design, Your Library also has a few added features that will help you spend less time looking and more time finding. The whole idea is to have a library that is easy to organize as it grows.
The new design brings a “streamlined way to browse and search your entire collection—both music and podcasts—in one place,” with dynamic filters to help you browse through albums, artists, playlists, or podcasts, within your saved content. If you’re out and about, you can also tap the Downloaded filter to see all content that’s available offline.
There are also better sorting options that will let you view audio content alphabetically, by recently played, or by creator name – and a lot more control (and easier access to) the audio content that you listen to most often.
Furthermore, you can choose up to four playlists, albums, or podcast shows to keep pinned – all you have to do is swipe right to see the “pin” option to turn it on. This will let you get straight back into a playlist or podcast.
Finally, there’s a new Grid view that makes it more visual to sort through liked content, with albums, playlists, and podcast cover art appearing as large tiles.
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