OneDrive music streaming in Groove Music will be retired on March 31

    OneDrive music streaming in Groove Music will be retired on March 31

    OneDrive music streaming in Groove Music will be retired on March 31


    Posted: 15 Mar 2019
    On March 31, 2019, OneDrive music streaming in Groove Music will be retired. Your personal music files will continue to be available in OneDrive. You can keep listening to your music using the OneDrive web player or by downloading your files and playing them in the Groove Music app.

    What's happening to the Groove Music OneDrive streaming service?

    The Groove Music OneDrive streaming service will be retired on March 31, 2019. After that date, you won’t be able to stream your OneDrive music through the Groove Music app.

    What will happen to my music files in OneDrive?

    Your personal music files will still be available in OneDrive, which you can access online or through the OneDrive application on any supported device. Download your music to your device with the OneDrive app to keep playing it in Groove.

    What will happen to my music?

    Music stored in your OneDrive will stop syncing with Groove Music on March 31, 2019. Data stored in the Groove Music service will be deleted up to 30 days after that. Your music will still be available in OneDrive and your downloaded music and playlists will still be available in the Groove Music app.

    How can I play my OneDrive music on my Windows device?


    Can I back up or delete my Groove Music data?

    Yes. In the Groove Music app, navigate to Settings . Under the Privacy section, you’ll have the option to export your music info for backup purposes or delete it before music in your OneDrive stops syncing on March 31, 2019.

    What's happening to Groove Music in Forza Horizon 3?

    The Groove Music OneDrive Streaming service will be retired on March 31, 2019. After that date, streaming your music through Forza Horizon 3 won't work, and the in-game OneDrive music feature will be turned off.


    Source: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...-streaming-faq
    Brink's Avatar Posted By: Brink
    15 Mar 2019

  1. Cliff S's Avatar
    Posts : 25,652
    Win10 Pro, Win10 Pro N, Win10 Home, Windows 8.1 Pro, Ubuntu
       #1

    They'll probably kill it off, totally soon


    Looks like now Groove is going the way of Media Center and Media Player.
    Typical Microsoft, killing the foistware people actually like/use,

    But that's ok, I've started testing MediaMonkey 5 and it's coming along pretty good, Besides, I can change the default skin colors with just simple HEX values,(oh and font used too) like I do Afterburner.

    Code:
    @baseColor: #252525;
    @warningColor: #e36a00;
    @controlColor: #974600;
    @hoverColor: @warningColor;
    @hoverBgColor: darken( @warningColor, 52%);
    @borderColor: @warningColor;
     @SelectedColor: lighten(@baseColor, 20%);
    @disabledSelectedColor: mix(@baseColor, @SelectedColor, 50%);
    @highlightBgColor: @highlightColor;
    //@shadowColor: @hoverBgColor;
    
      @windowBorderColor: #c66b1c;
    
    @font-face { font-family: zektonbo; src: url("/skin/fonts/zektonbo.ttf"); }
    
    body {
        font-family: zektonbo, sans-serif;
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  2. swarfega's Avatar
    Posts : 7,148
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
       #2

    I liked Groove during it's beta, then they commercialised and ruined it.
      My Computers


 

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