Spotify, one of the world’s largest online music streaming platforms, has re-unveiled the storytelling feature. It was seen that some of the playlists made by the company include the stories feature.
The stories feature that came into our lives with Snapchat peaked with Instagram and became a feature that can be used on almost all social media platforms. Twitter and LinkedIn were also among the platforms that incorporated this feature.
But the storming of stories doesn’t stop. Spotify, the popular online music streaming application, also took its place among the companies using the stories feature. However, Spotify seems to have integrated this feature a little differently as it isn’t a social media platform for now.
The Stories feature made its way to Spotify
Spotify now has stories….
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If you access the platform created Christmas hits playlist by opening the Spotify application on your Android or iOS device, you can see the stories prepared for this list. The story includes names like Jennifer Lopez, Kelly Clarkson and Pentatonix, whose pieces are on the list.
The list of Christmas hits isn’t the only place where the Stories feature can be seen. It can also be seen that the playlist for Tear Drop and Megan Thee Stallion’s Good News album features stories. Spotify said in a statement that it was a test. So it is not known at this time whether the storytelling feature will be used in a broader sense.
“We routinely run several tests to improve our users’ experience,” a Spotify spokesperson said in a statement. The company’s spokesperson stated that some of these features can meet users in a broader sense, while others provide them with important lessons.