Instant messengers these days are starting to offer up much more in terms of features besides just chatting. For example Apple’s Messages app now supports apps of its own where users can expand upon its functionality, and the same can also be said for Facebook Messenger, which in an announcement by Spotify has a brand new feature in the form of Group Playlists.

According to Spotify, “With Group Playlists for Messenger, users can create new Spotify playlists with friends and immediately begin collaborating to build out their perfect mix. Ideal for parties, road trips, or simply collecting new favorites, Group Playlists provide a seamless way for users to collaborate and share music more easily than ever before.”

The feature is pretty straightforward in terms of its purpose and usage, where users on Messenger will be able to create Spotify playlists together and add songs to it to help create the “perfect” playlist for whatever occasion, such as an upcoming party, or maybe use this playlist as a way of sharing songs with each other.

Spotify claims that this feature will be open to all Messenger users, even if they are not necessarily Spotify subscribers, so you might want to check it out if you think that this sounds like fun.

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