How to See Who Liked Your Playlist on Spotify

March 26, 2024
David Sunnyside

Whether you're creating a playlist for yourself or a friend, or building a new audience as an artist, understanding how your fans interact with your music can be exciting and insightful. But, how do you see who likes your playlist on spotify?

Spotify is one of the most popular streaming platforms that allows users to create public and private playlists to express their musical interests. When a playlist is liked, it becomes visible to other Spotify users who can then follow it or listen to its songs. Having a good number of followers for your playlist can help increase its visibility on the platform and lead to more opportunities for people to discover your music. Often, new listeners are gained from Spotify users who find a playlist they enjoy and want to know more about its creator.

Unfortunately, Spotify does not offer a feature that allows you to view who has liked your playlists at the granular level. The company removed this ability back in 2013 and it hasn't been reimplemented since. You can still get a general idea of the popularity of your playlists by checking the total likes count displayed below each one.

To access your playlist likes, log in to your Spotify account on a computer and click your profile image in the top right corner of the window. From here, you should see a list of your profile followers below your name. You can also see a similar list on the mobile app by clicking your profile icon in the bottom right corner of the screen and selecting "playlist followers" from the dropdown menu.

David Sunnyside
Co-founder of Urban Splatter • Digital Marketer • Engineer • Meditator
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