Playlists are an integral part of the Spotify experience, which is why new features are always being released to make them better. If you are creating your own playlists – and they should be – the Improve button can help.
Creating your own playlists will undoubtedly give you the most control, but finding the right songs for the mood you want is not always easy. You don’t want to use a pre-made playlist, but you need a little help. This is where the “Improve” button comes in.
What does the Spotify “Improve” button do?
As the name suggests, the Improve button is a tool that you can use to improve playlists. You can find the “Improve” button in the iPhone, iPad and Android apps in each of your personal playlists. It is only available to Spotify Premium subscribers.
A number of things happen when you tap the button. Spotify will analyze the music you’ve already added to the playlist and use this information to add its own recommended songs. A recommended song is displayed after every two tracks.
The recommended songs are not automatically added to the playlist, you have the last word. If you like a song added by Spotify, you can tap “+” to add it permanently. If you turn off Enhance, these songs will remain in your playlist while the other recommendations are removed.
It’s essentially a way to spice up your playlists without doing too much work. You set the mood with your own music selections and then let Spotify take it to the next level.
How to “improve” a Spotify playlist
Next, tap the “Enhance” button at the top of the playlist. ]
Scroll through the songs in the playlist and look for the green Enhance icons. These are the songs that Spotify recommends.
If you like any of these recommended songs, tap the “+” button to permanently add it to the playlist.
To remove all other recommended songs, tap the Advanced button again to turn them off.
Note that each time you turn on Improve, you will get different recommendations.
That’s all there is to it! As an avid playlist maker, this is a very cool feature. It takes some of the work out of finding songs for you, but still maintains control of your own Spotify playlists.
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