I have two questions after updating to the latest version of Spotify.
1. How can I view my public profile? I used to be able to click on my user, and then Profile and see only the playlists I've shared, but in the latest version I see all my playlists, and I'm only sharing 3 or 4 out of hundreds of playlists, so either it's not my public profile, or all of my playlists have been shared.
2. On the same profile I can see that i have 546 followers, which is identical to the number of followers on my playlist with the most followers. However, I also have a playlist with almost 400 followers, and unless all of these are also following my other playlist, this number is incorrect. Is this a bug? Being able to see all followers is a really nice feature by the way.
Also, the spell check does not accept "Spotify", or "playlists" ;-)
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1. I've just checked your account from my version of Spotify and I can only see three shared playlists. So others shouldn't be able to see them either. However, when looking at your own account, you see everything.
2. Followers should work a little differently for your account and your playlists - I believe it takes a cross section. For example, one playlist I have seems to have 200 followers, but my personal account has less followers than that. If someone is following your profile, then they will get updates when you create a new public playlist and so on. However, just following the playlist will mean they get updates on that playlist only.
Sadly the spellchecker is one built by our forum people, so we can't actually add Spotify to it at the moment! Soon, hopefully!
From your Spotify PC app there is a link that copies the profile url. Copy it. Paste it into your web browser. A pop-up will ask if you want to launch the Spotify app, click no. You will be able to see your public profile from there.