MuseScore is now at v2.3.2. There seems no excuse for not having the latest version! But I don't think DS jumps and the like are a VERY new feature.
You can cheat MuseScore into skipping up to two sections of a score in playback.
Playback only halts at 'Fine' when it is coupled with a 'DC al Fine' or 'DS al Fine' instruction.
'DS' normally skips back. But MuseScore is happy for a 'DS' to skip forward as well. So we can place 'DS al Coda' at the beginning of a section to be skipped, '$' at the point to continue playing, then 'To Coda' and the Coda symbol to mark another skipped section. If you only want to skip one section, just.use 'DS' and '$'
These objects can be made invisible in the Inspector if desired. In the example, all the low F notes play, all the high F notes are skipped.
(Note to users of pre-2.2 versions of MuseScore. Earlier versions followed the 'no repeats after a DS' convention. A repeated section after the jump won't repeat. After 2.2 we became able to choose.)