Ten Top Spotify Tips!

Here are ten quick tips to help you get more out of Spotify…


1. Press Ctrl + F when listening to a playlist to display a filter option. Start typing into the filter box to narrow down the list of songs:

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2. Press Ctrl + G when listening to a multi-artist playlist. The view changes to show the album art for each track (via @jburkunk and Dr. Sounds):

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3. For tracks on Spotify that you also have on MP3, listen to the Spotify version: that way the artist gets paid a little every time (via @davidnield).

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4. Use the label search to list all artists on a certain record label. For example, search for label:”out of line” (remember to include the quotes!)

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5. Search for “remastered” to find old classics sounding better than ever (via @anderaus).

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6. If you’re on Spotify Premium, remember to enable high bitrate for better quality audio. It’s in Edit > Preferences (or press Ctrl + P).

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7. If you see a little chain link icon next to an album track, that means the track is not available on the album you selected, but Spotify has found it on another album:


8. Press Ctrl + A to select a bunch of songs, then drag and drop them into a Word document for an instant clickable backup. You can then copy-paste into a text file if you just want the track list.

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9. To get the most out of your music, sign up for a Last.fm account and link it to Spotify (Edit > Preferences). Once you’ve listened to some music, you can use one of the many recommendation and new-release services (such as spofm.net) to discover new music.

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10. Sign up for Spotify Premium or Spotify Unlimited!

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You’ll find many more Spotify hints and tips throughout this blog, but let us know in the comments if you have any others! 

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