Spotify is rolling out a newer and easier way to allow users to block others on its music streaming platform. Users can now simply go to the user profile they want to block, close to the “follow” button click on the three dots many and select the “block” option.
This immediately will stop the blocked users from accessing your listening activity, music page and any other public playlist. This new way is far easier than when users had to call the customer support team at Spotify to block a user.
Originally the block artist debuted in 2019 but users needed a block user option too. Since 2018 Spotify users have been clamouring for an easier way to block users who were harassing and stalking them.
Spotify has labelled users requests for a user block feature as “under consideration.” Currently, in the closing months of 2021, the company is changing that status.
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Spotify now has offline playbacks for its wear OS app. Initially, the smartwatch app needed an internet connection to be able to listen to songs. That is now changing, as some users in Reddit confirmed an offline playback feature in its Wear OS app.
Wear OS, Google’s proprietary smartwatch OS recently adopted by Samsung watch 4 has been gaining loads of waves. Spotify earlier promised the offline playback feature on August 11th.
Although, to enjoy Spotify’s offline playback you need to be at least on Wear OS 2.0 or newer. And, the feature is only available for its premium subscribers.
Spotify has labelled users requests for a user block feature as “under consideration.” Currently, in the closing months of 2021, the company is changing that status. This new feature should hit smartphones this week according to Spotify.
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