At the end of each year, Spotify shows its users their personal musical highlights – called Spotify Wrapped. We give you a quick guide on how to watch your Spotify Year in Review 2022 and get interesting information about Spotify Wrapped.
View Spotify Wrapped 2022: Here’s how
The Spotify Year in Review is probably familiar to most users of the music streaming service. We have summarised how you can watch your personal musical year in review, called Spotify Wrapped, for you here.
- If you want to watch your personal Spotify year in review, you don’t have to be a paying user of the music platform. Even if you use Spotify’s ad-supported model, you can still watch your year in review. As long as you have an account, you can use the feature.
- Open the Spotify app on your Android smartphone or on your iPhone or iPad. You can find more Spotify downloads in our Downloads section.
- Now click on the start icon in the bottom bar – your home screen will appear with your favourite playlists and songs.
- Directly below this listing you will find the hashtag spotifywrapped. This is your review of the year.
- Just click on the icon that says “Your Top Songs 2022” and your personalised year in review will play in a story format.
- Within this story, Spotify will ask you if you want to save your year in review as a playlist. If you confirm this request, the review will be listed in your playlists from now on.
Spotify Wrapped: When you can start watching the review
Throughout the year, Spotify collects your user data. The platform counts the frequency of songs played as well as the number of minutes listened to. In this way, statistics can be compiled, which are summarised in your annual review.
- The data is collected from January to November. So you can see and hear the annual review at the end of November, beginning of December.
- If a song plays for more than 30 seconds, it is included in the statistics. Previously skipped music is therefore ignored. But: Whether you are actively listening or letting Spotify run on the side in a continuous loop or while falling asleep cannot be distinguished and both are included in the rating.
- Podcasts and co. – content apart from pure music – are also evaluated and do not come off badly in the review.
— Spotify (@Spotify) November 22, 2022