Spotify launches a new time capsule feature for musically focused destinations
Spotify, the digital music platform that has developed interesting and user-friendly features to activate interactive use , has now announced that it has launched a new time capsule feature . With the feature Spotify calls “Playlist in a Bottle”, you are asked a few items you want to achieve in 2024 and you are asked to match these items with the songs.
By the way, although the feature was called “Playlist in a Bottle” at first, the name “Playlist for the Future” appears in the links later on. However, based on the company’s press release, we will continue to refer to the feature as “Playlist in a Bottle”.
If your mobile application is the most up-to-date version, you need to go to this address and select the option to start creating a list. Then you are asked 3 different questions. The first of these questions is what is a song you should listen to live in 2023. After you give your answer, you are asked a song that reminds you of your favorite person. Finally, the answer to the song you will listen to while kissing someone this year is curious. After answering all the questions, you choose the product to remove your songs, of course digitally. While this product can be a glass bottle, it can also be a teddy bear or gumball machine.
Your list is then built and shelved to open in January 2024. Spotify says each user can only create this list once.
The company states that Playlist in a Bottle is available starting today in 27 markets and 18 languages for both free and premium users on iOS and Android devices. However , this experience will end when January 31st ends. So those who want to try Playlist in a Bottle should be quick.
Spotify’s new time capsule feature doesn’t offer much in terms of listening habits, but it’s a fun and retention-oriented feature. It is not known whether we can go to the concert of the artists we want until January 2024. But at least one of the songs we will open while we think about our loved ones will be waiting for us, sealed.