Jam has already started rolling out for all Spotify users globally. To get this feature, users need to update their app. Premium listeners will be able to start a Jam and anyone on Spotify can join. 

Premium users can invite their squad and Jam will help them to find the songs to add to the queue, finding the overlaps in their listening preferences to deliver music recommendations for all members. Users will have the ability to see who’s added which track. 

Once a premium user starts a Jam, they can invite a group of friends or family (both free or premium users, or a mix) so they can share the experience. Premium listeners can join from wherever they are, whether they’re in the same room or across the world. 

Users can select a playlist or song and hit the “Start a Jam” button by clicking the speaker icon at the bottom of the app screen or by hitting the three dot menu within their favourite playlist or song. 

Users can also select a device to play on, whether that’s their phone or speaker. Household members on the shared Wi-Fi will also be allowed to join the Jam when they open Spotify. 

Everyone in the Jam can add songs to the queue, see who added which song, and receive recommendations, all from their devices. The host also has the ability to determine who’s in the Jam, change the order of the tracks, or remove a song. 

Users can then invite their squad in one of three ways: 1. Turn on Bluetooth, then tap your phones together 2. Have your friends scan the QR code on your host screen 3. Hit “share” to send the link through social, text, SMS, and more 

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