The music platform streaming Spotify just announced its new features under the term “Merger”. While last August the option of combine our play list between two more users -thus generating a shared list with the favorite topics of both-; now this option is extended to allow us to merge our music with that of our group of friends. In addition, we can even mix the music with that of our favorite artists.
In this way, new ways are opened to connect users in a special and unique way with their friends and favorite artists through music.
Steps to follow to create a ‘Fusion’ playlist with a group of friends
With the possibility of combining music with up to ten friends or family members and obtaining a personalized playlist shared with the whole group, you just have to follow these three steps:
- You have to search for the term ‘Fusion’ in the Spotify search engine and then click on ‘Invite’ to select the people with whom you want to make the personalized playlist.
- People will receive an invitation and, once they have accepted it, Spotify will generate the ‘Fusion’ playlist, which will include songs and recommendations that reflect the preferences and musical tastes of each person in the group. In addition, it will allow you to see what songs have been added for each friend or family member.
Once everyone has joined the collaborative playlist, the members who are part of it will receive a personalized card with the results to share (if desired) in RRSS.
It is also possible to know what our favorite artists listen to or what their creative influences are. To merge a user’s music with an artist, it will only be necessary to click on the link available in the artist’s profile. The platform will merge the user’s musical taste with that of the chosen artist and will create a shared playlist that will be updated automatically every day.
This option is already available in artists like Camilo, Charli XCX or BTS. Throughout April, Amaia will become the first Spanish artist with whom fans will be able to fuse her music and discover her musical compatibility. With this new modality, Spotify reaffirms its belief that music unites people.
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