Microsoft is planning to integrate Spotify into another Windows 11 feature. Panos Panay, Microsoft’s head of Windows and devices, teased the Focus Sessions Windows 11 element on Twitter this week, and it gives off an impression of being another approach to zero in on errands and work. Center Sessions includes Spotify integration, permitting you to make a center clock to work through tasks while paying attention to playlist of music from Spotify.
Microsoft hasn’t began testing Focus Sessions in its public forms of Windows 11 at this point, yet from the video Panay prodded it gives off an impression of being incorporated into the operating system’s Clock app. It resembles it’s after the Pomodoro Technique, a strategy for overseeing time by separating work into more modest chunks with short breaks.
There are as of now an assortment of Pomodoro applications and sites that let you put away an ideal opportunity to zero in on a rundown of assignments. Microsoft’s Spotify integration could be the organization’s method of standing apart from the crowd.
It’s additionally the first time they have seen some critical Spotify integration in Windows since Microsoft resigned its Groove Music service in 2017. At that point, Microsoft banded together with Spotify to move Groove Music subscribers and their playlists over to the rival music streaming service. Microsoft and Spotify have additionally recently cooperated on a Windows 10 application and a different application for Xbox consoles.