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Why is blocked user able to have my top songs in their playlists?

I blocked a really problematic creep on Facebook and searched to block them on Spotify. I’d never viewed their profile before and was shocked to see “Your Top Songs 2022” at the top of their playlist as I went to block them. It’s still there now they are blocked. I looked at a few other Facebook friends profiles and it’s not on any of theirs so it’s not a glitch or anything. it’s definitely my top songs and not theirs. 

 

 

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Premium

Country

Sweden

Device

(iPhone 8, Samsung Galaxy 9, Macbook Pro late 2016)

Operating System

(iOS 10, Android Oreo, Windows 10,etc.)

 

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Good day @Corvustristis 💚

 

Your top songs playlist and other playlists like your On Repeat are user specific and work pretty much the same way.

You can choose to add it to your profile and other users can view it. However, clicking on it gives the user his/her own playlist. I hypothesize that the person in question added the playlist to the profile and when you click on it, it takes you to yours.

There is a way to test this though.

To add your playlist to his profile, the person would have had to add it to his library first by liking it and you can check if your playlist has any likes which aren't yours.

 

I hope this helps. Take care, don't hesitate to reach out again and best wishes for the year 😄

TaylithSpotify Star
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Good day @Corvustristis 💚

 

Your top songs playlist and other playlists like your On Repeat are user specific and work pretty much the same way.

You can choose to add it to your profile and other users can view it. However, clicking on it gives the user his/her own playlist. I hypothesize that the person in question added the playlist to the profile and when you click on it, it takes you to yours.

There is a way to test this though.

To add your playlist to his profile, the person would have had to add it to his library first by liking it and you can check if your playlist has any likes which aren't yours.

 

I hope this helps. Take care, don't hesitate to reach out again and best wishes for the year 😄

TaylithSpotify Star
Help others find this answer and click "Accept as Solution".
If you appreciate my answer, maybe give me a Like.
Note: I'm not a Spotify employee.

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