Spotify Announces New Supergrouper Feature

Teodora Dobrilova
Teodora Dobrilova

Updated · Jun 29, 2022

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On Tuesday, Spotify introduced a new feature, which will bring users’ favorite artists in unique playlists.

Time for Your Music Taste to Shine

Spotify is the biggest streaming service globally - it has more than 182 million paying subscribers

It has recently introduced a lot of new concepts, including a social feature, called Community. Also, the company has started exploring the vast world of NFTs.

Yesterday, Spotify announced a new in-app feature - Supergrouper. It allows users to select their top artists from different genres and create tailored playlists.

The feature currently available in:

  • US
  • UK
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • Philippines

In order to get Supergrouper, subscribers should make sure their app is up-to-date. Then, they have to go to https://spotify.com/supergrouper from their mobile device.

The feature will let a user pick their favorite artists and assign them a role. For example, “The Lead,” “The Lyricist,” etc. Spotify can also do this automatically. After the playlist is given a name, it can be shared with others.

Spotify is yet to announce when Supergrouper will be available worldwide.

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Teodora Dobrilova

Teodora Dobrilova

Teodora devoted her whole life to words – reading, writing and trying to be original on social media. She got certified in digital marketing but still feels she’s not cool enough to be an influencer. (We all disagree – she influences the team pretty well.) She finished a master’s degree focused in Literature, Publishing, Mass Media. Her hobbies include traveling, and reading. Teddy hopes that yoga will be the thing to finally teach her some patience and show her the path toward world domination. Maybe modern tech can also help her with that.

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