So we’re using the awesome Spotify music service here in the Nudge office and have come up with a few rules of use which I share here.
1. Only one person active at one time
You can either grab the keyboard of the spotify machine or move the mouse using WinVNC (a remote desktop tool) but only one person at a time.
2. Don’t queue thousands of tracks
Just stick to a couple of albums at a time, while Carpenters might be a nice album break from constant Linkin Park, no-one wants to hear every song they ever wrote – just because you could doesn’t mean you should.
3. Don’t delete the queue
Ok so you’ve got a song you must play – feel free to jump the queue but don’t delete the queue – hey it took me at least 30 seconds to get that play queue set up.
4. Don’t add to a playlist unless you’re sure
5. Use Spotify Friends to expand your music taste
This neat little website holds some great playlists – why be a DJ when you can enjoy someone else’s taste…