A dynamic queue that varies as you listen is being tested by YouTube Music.

YouTube Music is this week testing a Dynamic queue in addition to handing out support for Android 13’s updated media controls.

Dynamic queue, which can be found in the settings, will receive queue and radio updates according on your listening habits. initial reports claims that if you switch to another track mid-song on YouTube Music, the playback queue will be changed. It’s unclear whether this function is turned on by default.

These real-time updates offer users a choice of switching to a different song to create a new queue if they are unhappy with the current radio. The effectiveness of this in practice yet to be proven, however one early report is that YouTube Music chooses to update with previously liked/played music. In the Up next queue, Google was seen evaluating filters for more manual alterations.

As of now, the YouTube Music web client has enabled this Dynamic queue for iOS users, who have seen it most frequently (under Playback and limitations). It hasn’t yet been widely disseminated out, and several Android smartphones we looked at didn’t have it.

YouTube Music Dynamic queue

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