The Spotify app is a free streaming music service that offers unlimited ad-supported access to over 30 million songs. The app has been around for about 10 years now, and it’s become the world’s largest music subscription service with more than 140 million active users.
Spotify is a great place to listen to music, but did you know that it also keeps track of who likes your playlist? This can be useful for both personal and business use. For instance, if you like someone else’s playlist or they like yours, there is the potential for friendship on Spotify! Or, perhaps you want to get in touch with people who share similar tastes in music as yourself.
If this sounds appealing, read below about how seeing your followers on Spotify works.
Easy steps to see who likes your playlist on spotify
1. Go to Spotify 2. Click on the three dots in the upper right corner of your screen 3. Click “Playlists” from the drop down menu 4. Hover over a playlist and click “View Listeners” 5. You’ll see a list of everyone who has liked that particular playlist! 6. If you want to know who’s been listening to your music without following you, go back to spotify and hover over your profile picture at the top left corner of your screen until it expands into a full sized person icon with their name below it, then click on ‘Followers’. This will show you all those who have followed you and listened to one or more songs by clicking on them individually (note- this is not available for free accounts)
The conclusion paragraph should be an explanation of how to access this information. The reader can then decide if they want to use the steps provided in order to see who likes their playlist on Spotify and what that means for them or not.
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