How to Check Listening Time on Spotify? Quick Guide Inside!

From how much listening time Spotify shows to advanced Viberate stats for artists, our guide has it all!
How to Check Listening Time on Spotify? Quick Guide Inside!
Miha Prebil

In an era where streaming platforms reign supreme, knowing your stats and understanding your music listening and performance trends is essential. Whether you're a fan curious about your music listening habits or an artist eager to see how your songs are performing, Spotify and Viberate have got you covered.

 

📌 Viberate for Artists: Unite every tool an independent artist needs to maximize their career in one hub – including a free website, music distribution, advancing, playlist & festival pitching, and analytics.

For the Fans: How to Check Your Listening Time on Spotify

Spotify, one of the leading music streaming platforms, offers its users the ability to delve deep into their music habits. If you've been asking yourself, "How can I check my listening time on Spotify?", or "I wonder how much listening time Spotify has logged for me?", then you're in the right place.

Steps to Check Your Listening Time:

·         Log In: Open the Spotify app on your mobile device or head to the Spotify website on your computer. Make sure to log in to get access to all features.

·         Navigate to Your Profile: On mobile, tap on the "Home" icon, and then the profile icon (usually a silhouette). On the website, click on your username and select “Profile”.

·         Locate the “About” Section: Here, you'll find details about your music journey. On mobile, scroll until you find the “About” section, whereas on the website, it's on the left-hand side.

·         Discover Your Listening Time: Within the "About" section, look for an option labeled “Listening Time” or “Your Library”. This is where you can view your total listening hours.

For the Artists: Diving Deeper with Viberate's Enhanced Analytics

Understanding how well your music is doing is crucial for any artist. This knowledge can influence decisions, promotional strategies, and tours. That's where Viberate's Spotify for artists stats shines.

Why Viberate?

·         Comprehensive Spotify Stats: From daily to historic stats, monitor your Spotify followers, streams, and saves. Understand where your streams are originating, whether it's from your profile, a playlist, or a listener's library.

·         Demographic Breakdown: Learn about the age, gender, and location of your audience. These insights can guide promotional campaigns and help you understand your core fanbase.

·         Spotting Growth Trends: Identify countries where your listenership is expanding rapidly. This information is invaluable when considering international tours or promotional activities.

·         Playlist Analytics: Determine which playlists are bringing in the most streams. With Viberate, you can get a complete overview of different types of playlists and see how each impacts your music's popularity.

·         Integration with Other Platforms: Viberate isn’t limited to just Spotify. Connect other music channels like Apple Music, YouTube, Amazon, Deezer, Tidal, and more. This integrated approach ensures you have a holistic view of your music's performance across platforms. And don't worry, only you will see detailed analytics of the channels you connect.

Viberate for Artists: Unite every tool an independent artist needs to maximize their career in one hub – including a free website, music distribution, advancing, playlist & festival pitching, and analytics.

In conclusion

The era of data-driven decisions in music is here. Whether you're a fan looking to delve deeper into your own listening habits or an artist aiming to make informed choices about your music career, platforms like Spotify and Viberate are essential tools in your arsenal. Make the most of them, and let the music play on!

Miha Prebil

Miha Prebil

CPO at Viberate
Digital product enthusiast who turns chaos into order. Passionate about new tech. World traveller with a curious mind and music always playing in the background.