A jukebox is a collaborative playlist that allows you to invite other users to add songs and vote on added songs. Everyone using the jukebox can then see the song that is currently playing, what songs have been requested, and who else is using the jukebox.
You create a jukebox by clicking the middle button with the Requestify logo on the navigation bar.
You can edit your jukebox by navigating to the jukebox options via the three dots menu button on the top right of the jukebox screen.
You can make your jukebox private by navigating to the jukebox options via the three dots menu button on the top right of the jukebox screen.
Every person has unique music taste and a specific music identity. Your music profile is a way for you to showcase that unique music identity by displaying your jukeboxes.
If you do not have a Spotify Premium account, you will not be able to play music or add songs to jukeboxes. You will be able to browse through the Discover page, manage your profile, join jukeboxes and vote on songs.
As a user of a jukebox you can only delete songs that you have added. As the creator of a jukebox you can delete any song that has been added. You can delete songs by swiping left on them to activate the delete button.
You can save songs to your library by clicking on the plus icon next to the song while it is playing on the Play Bar.
You cannot use more than one jukebox at a time. In order to use a new jukebox you must leave the jukebox you are in. You can do so by navigating to the jukebox options or accepting the pop-up that appears when trying to use a new jukebox.