Spotify Wrapped is back and it is just days before the different playlists are revealed.
How Spotify compiles your results
If you didn’t know, Spotify Wrapped is one of the ways users of the app get to see their listening habits. However embarrassing that may be. But this statistic is not shared with anyone unless you choose to share them.
Over the past few days, Spotify has been teasing Spotify Wrapped and alerting the app users to be reminded of the yearly event to take place in the days to come.
Right now, Spotify Wrapped not only compiles your most listened-to songs of the year. But also calculates what the most popular songs of the year are for 2022. With 2022 soon coming to a close in a month to go, there is no better way to end the year off.
Thus far, Spotify Wrapped rose to popularity in 2016 and the streaming service has since continued the venture. This comes as the streaming service has seen an increase in the use of its app. As a result of the campaign.
Presently, it is unclear when Spotify will release the results of the Spotify Wrapped statistics. However, based on previous release dates, the streaming platform generally releases the results in the first few days of December. So it could possibly come through as soon as Thursday or Friday.
Want to be the first to know when #SpotifyWrapped is here? ❤️ this tweet and we’ll remind you!— Spotify (@Spotify) November 28, 2022
How to find your Spotify Wrapped results
Now, Spotify generally keeps track of the music you listen to from the month of January until the end of October. Despite the fact that it should be a compilation of a year’s worth of music, it is only calculated for this duration. The streaming service compiles the list of songs based on how much you’ve listened to them. But it has to exceed 30 seconds of listening.
If you’re worried about the music you listened to in the month of November, you’re in the clear and can listen to as many cringy songs as you want!
To see your story of the year, you can go to the Spotify Wrapped page to find your results. You will be able to share them on your socials for engagement with others.
Source: Daily Mail