Recently, we’ve seen a wiser use of that area with YouTube Music providing playlist recommendations that you can tap on a whim, so you can start listening without even opening the app.
Android 11 introduced a centralized hub for media control that resides inside the notification dropdown, and more recently, we’ve seen a smarter use of that space with the addition of Google Play Music. These external controls appear to be getting more attention from YouTube Music.
According to 9to5Google, YouMusic now displays a few more selections in its new music recommendations window. The first one is a shuffle button, however due to an apparent visual problem, you might need to squint a little to notice it right now (which will probably be fixed down the line).
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The second one is also a playlist shortcut, but instead of offering a recommendation, it enables you to quickly access your downloaded offline mixtape. These choices exist because you can access them without opening the complete YouTube Music app, saving you some taps, from your notification shade or even your lock screen.
Similar to the existing recommendation shelf, these two alternatives are located in the same location and are only available to Android 12 users, as well as probably Android 13 users whenever that version is released.
If the recommendation shelf hasn’t yet shown on your phone, it’s likely that it will do so when these two alternatives become available. Make sure your phone and the YouTube Music app are both up to date.
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