Spotify Premium Users Will Now Be Able to Hide Songs They Dislike From Playlists

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Spotify Curated Playlists

Spotify has been launching new and exciting features for its premium users to get them hooked and have them stick around while also enticing its free users of the perks they’re missing.

If you’re a picky listener and skip songs you don’t want to hear on curated playlists, then this feature will be heaven-sent.

Premium users will now have the ability to hide tracks in playlists on the Spotify’s Android and iOS apps. Just go to the context menu of the song and select hide song. Next time you play that playlist, the song you’ve hidden will be skipped automatically.


It’s worth noting that these songs can be unhidden if you change your mind.


This new feature will help users customise their playlists and enjoy the songs featured in them.

Spotify recently brought synced lyrics feature to its app. They are now testing a new user interface for the lyrics. LinkedIn also joined Spotify with their own playlists for different career stages.

Here’s a handy guide to set up Spotify in Kenya


3 COMMENTS

  1. This only works for Premium users? I don’t see this option on my app. There’re songs I don’t want to listen to anymore in a public playlist, but Spotify doesn’t allow me to delete them. So now I just downloaded songs I love with TunesKit Spotify Music Converter and play them offline without Spotify Premium.

  2. Though I am a Spotify premium user, it seems that there are still many limits to use Spotify music, like offline playing on other devices, etc. To break these, I turned to use the DRmare Spotify Song Downloader. With it, I can easily get music from Spotify for listening offline.

  3. Sometimes the dislike songs will still play from the radio playlist. I don’t know how to block them again. Now I have to use AudKit Spotify to MP3 Converter to solve this issue. I download Spotify songs to MP3 then remake my Spotify playlist on local. It works but still a little bit complex. Any other solutions?

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