Collaborative Playlist Feature Pulled Back from Music App in iOS 17.3

Collaborative Playlist Feature Pulled Back from Music App in iOS 17.3

We are reaching the release date of iOS 17.2, but the bad news is that we won’t be getting the collaborative playlists in Apple Music. It means that the said feature in Music will be available next year, and we might be able to see it in the iOS 17.3 update.

Collaborative playlists are an essential feature of Apple Music where users can share a playlist with others and can manage it in their own way. The same feature was available in the beta version of iOS 17.2 but was removed from the latest update of Beta 4.

But Apple Music users will see two updates in the app. Users will be able to turn off the music history. It will help them to stay focused on main activities by stopping recommendations from the app when specific Focus modes are enabled.

Similarly, in iOS 17.3, there are changes to the Favourites playlist. The new update to this section will add all songs that you have ever marked as a Favourite.

The reason for the removal of the collaborative playlist feature is to stop abuse and spam. But we can see this feature in iOS 17.3 in the coming months.

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