Here's the weird thing about choice: it breeds indecision. And the more choice you have, the harder it is to simply settle on something... anything. It's a serious challenge facing streaming services like Spotify that put literally millions of options at your fingertips. Today the Swedish company is unveiling its latest effort to master the art of content discovery. The idea is actually pretty simple (and honestly I'm amazed the company hadn't thought of this earlier). You'll now find a Top Tracks in Your Network playlist under Top Lists. This playlist, obviously enough, collects the most played tracks among the people you follow over the last seven days. The hope is this will not only highlight that new Run the Jewels album that all of your friends are listening to, but it will also let you know when that one friend keeps listening to Go Your Own Way on repeat.