Spotify Now Allows Users To Edit Song Information

Olive Hawkins
March 13, 2018

In Israel, Spotify faces competition from global streaming services such as Apple Music, Deezer, and Tidal, as well as local services offered by Israel-based cellular carriers.

Spotify has found a new way to beef up its knowledge about music: The company has begun to solicit music metadata suggestions from its users, asking them to describe genres of albums or moods of songs. Through submissions, Spotify will review the suggested edits and make sure it matches up to what other users also suggest.

The tool is now only available to desktop users, and is accessible by clicking on the three dots next to Artist, Album or Song, then choosing "Suggest an Edit". There's even an option to select what kind of mood the song is.

"Issues like this are the responsibility of our content partners to correct, so our only recourse is to send the issue up the chain and ask the label or artist to resend the metadata".

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The company also is crowdsourcing for information on whether or not an album has been added to the wrong artist's page, or when albums from different artists have been mixed together on a single page.

Spotify first began testing Line-In with a subset of its audience last fall. The leading streaming music provider remains Spotify, which has 71 million paid customers for its premium service.

Spotify will now allow users to contribute to their genre assessments, Variety reports.

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