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If I turned off social, why does what I'm listening to still show up?

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If I turned off social, why does what I'm listening to still show up?

 

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Premium

Country

USA

Device

(iPhone 13 Pro Max, Surface Pro)

Operating System

(iOS 10, Windows 10.)

 

My Question or Issue

I turned off all social settings so my friends couldn't see what I was listening to after my Spotify got hacked and someone listened to some rather inappropriate things I didn't want showing up on the social feed. However, when I log in to my friend's Spotify, my account still shows up as having played a regular song 13 hours ago. It isn't the explicit stuff, thank goodness, but I am just wondering if that explicit thing will ever show up under what I was listening to and how long will it be before my profile disappears from the friend's list bar?

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Hey @sb0708 ,

 

Thanks for coming to the Community.

 

When you disable sharing of your listening activity, the last played song will be shown to your followers in the Friend Activity feature. It will disappear after around 24 hours, though. 🙂 

No songs will appear there unless you decide to enable the setting again.


Hope this clears things up! 

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Hey @sb0708 ,

 

Thanks for coming to the Community.

 

When you disable sharing of your listening activity, the last played song will be shown to your followers in the Friend Activity feature. It will disappear after around 24 hours, though. 🙂 

No songs will appear there unless you decide to enable the setting again.


Hope this clears things up! 

MaximSpotify Star
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If you appreciate my answer, maybe give me a Like.
Note: I'm not a Spotify employee.

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