How to Check Who Is Following Your Spotify Playlist

As Spotify has become an increasingly popular music streaming service, many users have been creating and sharing playlists with their friends and followers. However, it can sometimes be difficult to know exactly who is following your playlists. In this blog post, we will outline several methods that you can use to easily check who is following your Spotify playlist.

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What’s Needed

To check who is following your Spotify playlist, you will need to have an active account on Spotify and have created a playlist that has been shared with others. You will also need a device that can access the Spotify app or website.

What requires your attention is…?

One thing to keep in mind is that by default, Spotify playlists are set to public, which means that anyone can follow them. However, you do have the option to make your playlists private, which limits access to only those you have explicitly invited to follow. Therefore, if privacy is a concern for you, be sure to double-check the settings on your playlist to ensure that it is set to private if desired.

Method 1: Using Spotify Desktop App

1. Open Spotify desktop app and select the playlist you want to check the followers for.
2. Click on the number of followers underneath the playlist name.
3. A window will pop up showing the followers of the playlist.

Method 2: Using Spotify Mobile App (iOS and Android)

1. Open the Spotify mobile app and select the playlist you want to check the followers for.
2. Tap the three dots in the upper right-hand corner of the screen.
3. Select the “Share” option.
4. Tap the “Copy Link” option.
5. Paste the link into a web browser.
6. Edit the URL by adding “/followers” at the end and press Enter on the keyboard.
7. A new page will load showing the followers of the playlist.

Method 3: Using SpotOnTrack Website

1. Go to SpotOnTrack website.
2. Click on "My playlists" on the top bar.
3. Connect with your Spotify account and agree to the terms.
4. After your playlists load, click on the one you want to check followers for.
5. Click on the "Followers" tab to see who is following the playlist.

Why Can’t I Check My Spotify Playlist Followers?

1. Your playlist privacy settings may be set to private, which means that only individuals you have added as collaborators can see who is following the playlist.
2. You may not have shared the playlist with anyone or have any followers yet.
3. You may not be logged into your Spotify account on the device you are trying to check your playlist followers on.

Implications and Recommendations

Knowing who is following your playlist can give you insight into the type of music your followers enjoy or help you identify potential collaborators or influencers in the music industry. Additionally, if you are concerned about privacy, regularly checking your playlist followers can help you identify and remove any unknown followers. It is recommended that you regularly check your playlist followers to maintain control over who has access to your playlists.


Q: Can I make my Spotify playlist private after it has already been shared?

A: Yes, you can make your playlist private at any time by going to the playlist settings and toggling the “Make Public” option off. Keep in mind that once you make a playlist private, any followers you may have will no longer be able to access it.

Q: Can I see who unfollows my Spotify playlist?

A: No, Spotify does not currently have a feature that shows who has unfollowed your playlist.

Q: Can I delete followers from my Spotify playlist?

A: No, you cannot delete individual followers from your Spotify playlist, but you can make the playlist private to limit who has access to it.