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I want to know how many time a playlist is played

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I have a on line community and from time to time we publish some playlist. Is it possible to know how many times a playlist is played?

 

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Hey @sincreatividad

 

Unfortunately there is currently no way to see how many times a playlist has been played. 

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Hey @sincreatividad

 

Unfortunately there is currently no way to see how many times a playlist has been played. 

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This really need to be implemented.... it would be a nice feature for curators to know who is listening and where and if they are turning off the playlist on a certain song etc.

 

 

 

 

Analytics are probably the most important thing Spotify can provide playlisters. Spotify's own playlisting efforts are heavily based on it!

 

8tracks provides this information to playlisters better than any other service I've seen. Unfortunately, not many people are using it anymore.

It may not be super accurate, but you can get a rough estimate by clicking on the Artist's page of one of the artists on your playlists. For this to work, you should find a lesser-known artist on a playlist that has a lot of followers. When you click on the "Overview" section of the artist page, look under "Discovered On". This shows the top 5 playlists where the artist is listened to and their monthly listeners. If you see one of your playlists on there, you can get a rough estimate of how many people listened per month.

 

I've found that the number is not always consistent. For example, one artist on a playlist of mine (with 1,500 followers) gets 140 monthly listeners, while another gets over 200. It could be that people skip the one song more often than the other. 

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