Do you have Philips Hue lamps at home and do you use Spotify? Then it’s fun to link these two together, for a disco vibe in your home. I haven’t set this up at home (yet), so for the step-by-step plan I looked up iPhoned for the explanation. You have to do something for it: Download the Philips Hue app and go to the ‘Discover’ tab. Click there on ‘Philips Hue + Spotify’. Click the blue “Enable early access” button and then the blue “Get Started” button. Choose ‘Spotify account’ and log in with your Philips Hue account and your Spotify account. If successful, you will see a large check mark. Choose the ‘entertainment room’ you want to use.
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You can set this via the Settings menu of the Philips Hue app. After the instructions on how to use the Google Assistant with this feature, you’re done. The Sync tab has now appeared in the app. There, tap the sync button to sync the music you play Nepal Phone Number the Spotify app with your lights. And then it should work. I’m curious! Spotify Philips Hue 8. Start a private session With ‘Friend Activity’ all your friends can see what you are listening to on Spotify. Do you not need that for a while? Then you can start a ‘Private Session’. This can be done on the desktop as well as via the app.
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Go to your ‘Settings’ via the cogwheel. Scroll down, and click on ‘Social’ (or ‘social’). Turn on the slider at ‘Private Session’. This is how you start a private session in the app. You can also use this option if, for example, you listen to music in a ‘crazy mood’ that you never actually listen to. That way, these numbers are not included in your discover weekly or numbers that are. Look Back in the Listening History Did you know that Spotify just has a section where your recently songs are? You can search for songs you’ve listened to up to four months back in time. How do you get on that list? Easy!