Spotify has announced the introduction of group playlists for Messenger, providing a way for users to collaborate and share music more easily than ever before.
Users can now create a group playlist, share it with their friends, and add songs to it directly within the Messenger app using the Spotify Chat Extension.
Once a friend has created a group playlist, others in the conversation can add more songs directly through the Spotify Chat Extension, available by tapping the blue ‘+’ icon next to the composer – even if they’re not on Spotify.
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