Music Geeks Can Now Edit Spotify’s Metadata

MakeUseOf | 3/13/2018 | Dave Parrack
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Spotify is about much more than just music. There’s all that non-music stuff on Spotify, for starters. But there’s also tons of metadata about every artist, song, and album, and it’s this that fuels Spotify’s automagic playlists.

Unfortunately, some of this information is missing or incorrect. And that harms Spotify’s ability to help users discover new music. So, Spotify wants you to help it make sense of the music on its service, and it has launched a new tool to help you do just that.

Tool - Line-In - Desktop - Spotify - Users

This new tool is called Line-In, and it’s available right now to all desktop Spotify users. In a nutshell, it lets you add missing information or suggest changes to the existing information Spotify has about the music and artists residing on its service.

To access Line-in all you need to do is click on the three dots next to an artist, album, or song, and select “Suggest an Edit”. You can then either confirm all of the information Spotify has on record is correct, suggest edits, or take useful...
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