Spotify is a really secretive company. The music streaming service is always testing new features but never announces any of them. Instead, it lets the music speak for itself. Usually, only a few users get to try any new feature that the company is testing. After that, the new feature is either removed, or it rolled out for all users. Spotify is trying to organize this process by creating Spotify Experimental Features.
Spotify Experimental Features “are projects that aren’t quite ready for prime time.” said Spotify at the head of the page. The new page appears only on the desktop app, and it’s available for a limited number of users. Those projects might appear and disappear at any time as Spotify is testing them.
What Spotify Experimental Features are there?
We will mention the two Experimental Features that are available right now, but this might change by the time you are reading this article.
The first feature is Affinity Survey and it’s open to all users through this link. This feature will ask you to do a short survey about your music. In the survey, you will be asked to rate some of the songs that you have listened to recently. The rating system is not that helpful though, you will have to choose between “Never”, “Meh”, and “Love”. In case you don’t recall the song in your head, a preview button is available and it will play a part of that song.
The second Experimental Feature is Classical Works. This feature is mostly aimed at classical music lovers. The feature will enable a “Works” tab in the artist page of some well-known classical composers like Bach, Puccini, Beethoven, and Vivaldi.
How to enable Spotify Experimental Features?
As we mentioned earlier, this page is only available on the desktop version of Spotify and for a limited number of users.
In order to enable Experimental Features, all you have to do is to click on the arrow next to your profile name at the top of the screen, and you will find the Experimental Feature option right after the sitting option. In case you don’t find such an option, this means that this feature isn’t available for you yet.
Don’t worry in this case, we will keep checking for any new feature and will update you as soon as possible.
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