Spotify’s What’s New feed will make sure you don’t miss updates from your favorite artists and shows.
Spotify is one of the most popular music streaming platforms on the planet. As of the first quarter of the year, Spotify had 356 million monthly active users and 158 million Premium subscribers. Now, the company has announced that it is introducing a new feature on its platform that will allow users to follow content from their favorite artists and channels with ease. The new feature is being introduced as a new feed called ‘What’s New Feed’ in the music streaming platform.
Spotify in a blog post said it realizes that it can sometimes be difficult to keep track of the latest releases from users’ favorite creators, and that’s why they’re rolling out a way to discover new music and podcasts that users love. The newly introduced What’s New feed brings together all the new releases from the artists and shows you follow on Spotify. What makes it easy for users to find the latest songs and episodes from the creators they follow is a real-time What’s New feed. This means that as soon as a podcast or a song or an album is released, users will find it in their What’s New feed. The only caveat is that users should follow the relevant artist to receive updates.
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So, how can you access your What’s New feed? All you need to do is follow these steps:
Step 1: Follow the artist whose content you want to follow.
Step 2: Click the new bell icon located at the top of the Home tab on your phone.
Step 3: The blue dot on the bell icon will let you know at a glance if new songs or episodes have been released since your last visit.
Spotify says that the newly introduced What’s New feed also includes filters that allow users to sort through new music releases or new podcasts and show episodes, thus helping users find new content. faster. Spotify has begun rolling out the What’s New feed to all users globally on iOS and Android. It will be available to all users in the coming weeks.