As a Spotify user, you can access your account’s personal statistics to get a better understanding of your music-listening habits. The platform collects this data and makes it available for users to review.
This allows you to gain valuable insights into what music you are listening to, how often you listen, and who is listening with you.
To view your Spotify stats, first open the app and log in. Once logged in, click the profile icon in the top right corner of the page.
This will take you to your profile page where you can view your stats. On this page, you will find an array of data points that depict different aspects of your listening habits.
The primary statistic displayed on this page is your number of ‘streams’ or plays over a certain period of time. This is a cumulative total that shows how many times each song has been listened to over whatever period of time is specified (day, week, month). You can view all-time streams from this page as well as a breakdown by artist and genre.
In addition to streams, the profile page also displays ‘followers’ which shows how many people are actively following you on the platform. You can also see who those followers are by clicking on their profile pictures.
The ‘likes’ statistic indicates how many times a particular playlist or individual track has been liked by other users. You can also see which tracks have been liked by others and who they are.
Spotify offers users the ability to track their own music streaming habits through its statistics feature. By accessing their profile page, users can view their number of streams, followers, and likes over various periods of time as well as a breakdown by artist and genre. Knowing these details allows users to gain insight into what they like and don’t like so they can make informed decisions about their music-listening habits.