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How to see who liked your playlist on Spotify?

What makes Spotify stand out from the rest of the competition is its abundance of social features present in the app that lets users enjoy their music with friends or by themselves. Playlists on the platform can be shared with as many people as you’d want and users can subscribe to said playlists to track them as they become more and more expansive. 

In this article, we’re taking a look at how you can see who liked your playlist on Spotify and whether or not it’s possible in the first place. 

Also read: How to view and delete Spotify history?


Seeing playlist likes on Spotify

While Spotify does show the number of likes you have on your playlist or any public playlist for that matter, you can’t see the individual profiles who have liked the playlist. This was reportedly a feature back in 2013, but Spotify has since removed it with no plans to bring back the feature in the foreseeable future. 

That said, here’s how you can check the number of likes on a Spotify playlist on PC and Android/iOS.

Checking Spotify likes on the phone app

If you’re using Spotify on your Android or iOS device, here’s what you need to do. 

  • Open Spotify and tap the Your Library option in the bottom right.
  • Select the playlist you want. 
  • You’ll be able to see the number of likes below the playlist title. 

Checking Spotify likes on desktop

If you’re using Spotify on a PC or in the browser, here’s how to check the number of likes on a playlist. 

Step 1: Open Spotify and click on the Your Library button on the left. 

Step 2: Select the playlist you want. 

Step 3: You’ll be able to see the number of likes right below the playlist title. 

Also read: How to stop Spotify from adding songs?

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