The web interface for YouTube Music has recently been updated, and the service is experimenting with a Forgotten favorites shelf to showcase your previous listens.
A modification to the carousels on music.youtube.com is the alteration that has been implemented more extensively today. Arrows are now positioned in the top-right corner, with a more subdued button style that is consistent with the current YouTube visual language, as opposed to the left and right ends. Trackpad motions can be used to scroll through carousels, but this adjustment is beneficial for centralizing navigation.
Speaking of carousels, YouTube Music is experimenting with an Forgotten favorites shelf that displays the albums and songs you’ve previously listened to. Long-standing features of the service include a large Your favorites area that is frequently displayed at the top of your Home feed (usually in a top four position). It’s unclear whether Forgotten is meant to replace Forgotten or whether they are meant to coexist. Most users still do not have access to it.
The Forgotten favorites carousel has expanded its availability on Android and iOS as of 7/23. There are eight pieces in it, but we could not find it online.
Finally, as of this morning, the Spring Recap 22 is still not readily accessible for the majority of individuals. Ideally, it will become accessible within the next two weeks, just in time for the start of summer (in the Northern Hemisphere).
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