Here’s How to See Your Spotify Wrapped Story and 2022 Playlist

Here’s How to See Your Spotify Wrapped Story and 2022 Playlist

ANKARA, TURKEY - NOVEMBER 26: Spotify logo is being displayed in a smart phone in Ankara, Turkey on November 26, 2019. (Photo by Aytac Unal/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

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Before we bid adieu to 2022 for good, Spotify’s annual Wrapped feature has returned to help us look back at our streaming habits from this roller coaster of a year. The personalized experience allows Spotify users to check out their most-played songs, artists, genres, and podcasts of the year, and many have unsurprisingly taken to social media to share the details of their listening history. In 2022, Spotify is also sharing exclusive videos with users from their most-streamed artists and each user’s listening personality type. If you still haven’t quite figured out how to find yours, don’t fret because it’s actually pretty easy.

Where Do I Find My Spotify Wrapped?

If you’re logged into Spotify on your phone, all you have to do is open the app, and you should get a pop-up that prompts you to take a look at your Wrapped report. If that doesn’t happen, you can also access it from the homepage, which should have the colorful “2022 Wrapped” banner — or you can simply type the same phrase into the search bar.

From there, you’ll get to a personalized slideshow that reveals your top genres, songs, and artists, as well as your listening personality type and a carefully curated playlist of the music you streamed most in 2022. The feature also provides playlists for each of your top four most-streamed genres.

To top things off, Spotify has made all of the cards in the slideshow shareable — so if you’re not afraid to let anyone know just how many times you streamed “good 4 u” this year (or if you just want to brag about your taste in music), you have the freedom to share your results on Instagram Stories, Facebook, or Twitter. Head over to the Spotify mobile app to check out your year in music.

— Additional reporting by Haley Lyndes and Noelle Devoe