How to see who liked your playlist on spotify?

Actually, you can’t see who liked your playlist on Spotify. There’s no any option neither for free users nor for the paid users of Spotify to find out the identity of those followers who liked their playlist.

However, But there’s a trick that you can use to see who liked your playlist on Spotify. Just go to the profile of your followers on Spotify.

Then, you will see their liked playlists visible on their profiles. Find out your playlist in those liked playlists and get the answer.

But if your followers have liked many playlists, then, this trick will not work for you because Spotify only shows up a some of Spotify-liked songs on the followers’ profiles.

How to see the number of likes on your Spotify playlist?

Check out how to see the number of likes on the Spotify playlist here:

View likes Using the Spotify app on Android & iPhone

  • Launch your Spotify App.
  • Go to the home page.
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  • Hit the option of Your Library located at the bottom of the screen.
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  • Select the playlist.
for screenshot to choose any playlist
  • See the total count of likes under your playlist.
number of likes On spotify

See likes count Using the Desktop Spotify app

  • Log into your Spotify account.
screesnhot for tapping on login option on spotify website for desktop
  • Go to the home screen.
  • Click on the option Your Library given on the upper left-hand side.
your library on spotify desktop
  • Select the playlist.
Select playlist on desktop spotify
  • See the total count of likes on your playlist.
no. of likes on spotify desktop

What happens when someone likes your playlist on Spotify?

When someone likes your playlist on Spotify, Spotify will add your playlist to his profile. When that follower opens his library on Spotify, he will view your playlist in his liked songs.

Moreover, you will see one more addition to your playlist number of likes on Spotify. But when you click on the number of likes, you will not come to know who liked your playlist on Spotify.

Difference between follows and Liked on Spotify playlist

Follows means the artists, speakers, and musicians that you are following on Spotify. You can see whom you are following and who your followers are in a very easy manner.

Look at the following pointers to go through the list of followers:

  • Open your Spotify app.
  • Tap/ click on the option of Your Library.
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  • Click on your profile icon.
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  • You will see the total number of followers and following under your name.
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  • Click on followers to view their names and vice versa.

Whereas Liked songs mean the songs that you have liked on your Spotify. Spotify doesn’t remove them from your account for a time period.

You can access liked songs anytime on your Spotify app. Here, you will see how to find out liked songs on Spotify.

  • Log into your Spotify account.
  • Tap/click on the option of Your Library.
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  • Click on Liked Songs.
liked Songs on spotify
  • Get your liked songs.

FAQs

Does blocking someone on Spotify remove their likes on your playlists?

If you block someone on Spotify, you will not be able to remove their likes on Spotify. You will not find their profiles visible when you start searching them on Spotify. Likewise, they will not be able to view your profile and playlist again.

Can people who liked your playlist still see it if you make it private?

No, people who liked your playlist can not see it if you make it private if the Spotify app is used on mobile. On the contrary, if the Spotify app is opened on the desktop app, your profile can be accessed by your followers even though you have made it private.

Why can’t I see who liked my Spotify playlist?

You can not see who liked your Spotify playlist because Spotify has not introduced this feature on the platform for the users. You can only see the total number of likes below your playlist.

Emily Johnson is a talented audio engineer and podcast producer. She has been using Spotify for the last 7 years as a creator and listener.

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