Tech giant Spotify is currently experiencing issues with its search function, leaving users unable to search for non-saved playlists and artists. The issue is affecting users worldwide and has been tested in regions including the United States, Hong Kong, China, and the United Kingdom.
According to reports, users are only able to search for profiles and podcasts at the moment, with non-saved playlists and artists showing no results. However, all saved songs can still be played without any issue.
Spotify technical team working to resolve search outage
The outage appears to be related to the search function of the platform and is causing frustration for many Spotify users. The company has not yet released an official statement regarding the issue, but it is believed that their technical team is working to resolve the problem as soon as possible.
It is unclear how long the outage will last, but Spotify has a large user base and is a popular platform for streaming music and podcasts. The outage has prompted many users to take to social media to voice their concerns and frustrations with the issue.
This is not the first time Spotify has experienced technical difficulties, and it is likely that the company will work to resolve the issue quickly to avoid further disruption to its services. As the situation develops, users are advised to check the Spotify status page for updates and to try searching for saved songs as a workaround until the issue is resolved.
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