A significant feature of YouTube Music is personalized playlists based on listening history, and the app now offers users a convenient method to browse every Mixed for you creation that is available to them in a grid view.
There is now a More button in the top-right corner of the Mixed for you shelf that shows up in the Home feed. Only My Supermix, My Mix 1–7, Your Likes, Discover Mix, Replay Mix, and New Release Mix were formerly displayed in this default Home carousel.
The shortcut, similar to that for new releases, leads to a grid view where you can now check my mixes for Chill, Focus, Workout, and Energy there’s no Commute as well as supermixes. Previously, you had to find the Mixed for you carousel then change to the right mood filter in order to see it. Better playlist discovery results from this, especially for those that stick to the main stream and don’t use moods.
This modification goes hand in hand with the most recent inclusion of customized cover graphics that identifies the artists inside. It’s a pleasant browsing experience, however it wouldn’t harm and would increase density if the grid were a little bit smaller.
On one YouTube Music account across Android, iOS, and the web, we’ve noticed this Mixed for you grid where there’s improved grid spacing right now.
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