If you're a Spotify user, you probably have many songs that you like. The streaming service places those songs in a separate folder, which is called "Liked Songs." You can also create a new playlist of all your liked songs, which you can share publicly. This process is not possible on mobile or the web app, but there are some other ways to do it.
To start, open Spotify and select your 'Liked Songs' folder in the left panel. You can then click one track to highlight it or press Ctrl + A (or Cmd + A on Mac) to select all of the songs. From there, you can drag or copy and paste them to a new playlist. Then, you can download this playlist for offline listening (as long as you have Premium).
Alternatively, you can click the three dots at the top and then choose 'Share.' From here you can share the playlist via a link, on social media, or make it public on your profile.
Spotify's newest feature could help set it apart from the competition. As of this week, free and premium users with at least 30 songs in their 'Liked Songs' folder will be able to filter the songs they like using up to 15 personalised genre and mood categories. Spotify says the filters will update as you like new songs. It's a small update, but the company is clearly aiming to become more than just another music streaming service.