- Download the app on your desktop, and open Spotify. - Log in and do your thing. - Pick any playlist you please and hover over the cover. Or in other words, find a playlist you want to customize the cover and put your mouse over the cover, do not click it because you will just be playing music. - Next, there should be a pencil in the middle and click on that. A pop-up will show up. - First there is a box if you want to change your playlist name. The second box is titled, "Image" and it will have your original image, then on the bottom it will say, "CHOOSE YOUR IMAGE". You want to click that and find any images that you find appropriate for your playlist. - I suggest thinking about what pictures you want to download or save before you do all of this because this saves you in the long run. - Once you have selected an image from your file, click "open" and then your cover should be changed. - On the right side of the pop up, it will say to give a description about your playlist. - -- You do not have to do this but it is helpful for other people to know what kind of music they are going to be listening to or just to express how this playlist makes you feel and so on.
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Hi guys. I really appreciate your input, but I'd need feedback only for people that experienced this and solve it somehow. I'm using Spotify for 9 years and updating playlists weekly. My thought was that maybe my cover images are two small or too big, tried all jpg sizes already. 1280x1280 or other as well (I've read somewhere that 1280 is optimal). Doesn't work.
Just to mention that after a day or two, the cover image is eventually displayed correctly. The issue is that I cannot wait one day after update to share in social media etc.