Since 2006, Spotify has grown into the world’s largest music streaming service provider and counts more than 100 million users worldwide. Recently, Spotify added a new feature known to users as “Spotify Blend,” and everyone on the platform is ecstatic over it.
However, sometimes users claim to have issues with the, i.e., Spotify Blend not working, meaning Spotify Blend invites don’t work. When that happens, users get error messages saying “Blend not found,” “Something went wrong,” or “Link has expired”.
In this blog post, we’ll explain what the Spotify Blend is all about and what you can do to fix it.
Bonus read: Why can't I view artists on Spotify?!
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It is a playlist that Spotify users can share, and it makes combinations of the music between friends on this platform. In addition, Spotify Blend updates daily with tracks according to users’ listening habits.
Another bonus read: How to fix: Spotify can't play this right now.
Spotify allows you to add a max of 10 friends in a Blend, so the steps to do it are as follows: Go to the search tab > enter Blend > tap on the first result > select a Blend > tap on the Invite option and send it to your preferred friends.
After they join the Blend you created, you can find the Blend in Made for You > Your Library (under Playlists).
Spotify Blend also allows you to blend with your favorite artists and their invite links, to see whether your music tastes are a match.
Spotify users have reported that the problem with the Blend feature not working is connected with the Blend playlists not working.
Actually, there is a problem with the Invite button option for users to invite a friend to join, but when they tap on it, they will be redirected to the home screen, or the loading screen just freezes.
Clearing the cached files that are unnecessary is always a must when trying some kind of a fix. So, clear the cache on your Spotify app; these are the steps to take:
Oftentimes, the Spotify Blend feature has some bugs and errors made while creating and joining Blend. It means that you need to update the Spotify app to its latest version.
In addition to this, a recent update coming from the Spotify Community Forum Moderator reported that the moderator is actually asking users to update the Spotify app on their devices which could potentially fix their blend playlist not working.
Another must-try fix is to simply delete the Blend playlist you created and make a new one from scratch.
Sometimes the fix you need for this issue is simply by completely reinstalling the app.
You might also want to check out other fixes on Spotify, for example how to fix when Spotify is not playing downloaded songs, or if your Spotify keeps pausing, you can also fix that - we have a whole post on that too.
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