Show off your musical taste with Spotify Rainbow Collage. Here’s how:
Fans of the music streaming platform Spotify have a new way to let their friends know what they like in music: the Spotify Rainbow Collage.
Spotify is known for having its own music data feature called Spotify Wrapped. It is released at the end of each year as a compilation of all the songs users have listened to in her 12 months. Through Spotify Wrapped, the platform uses individual users’ listening data to create compelling, shareable graphics.
But Spotify Rainbow Collage is different in that it creates an old-fashioned collage using songs and podcasts that Spotify users may have listened to over a period of time. This is a simple collage, but depending on user customization, it could look like a really great work of art.
What is Spotify Rainbow Collage?
Spotify Rainbow Collage is not an official feature of Spotify. It can be accessed from the website chartmymusic.com.
Generate posters consisting of artist photos of the top artists your listeners listen to, or album covers of the songs they listen to the most.
Users can choose how long the website tracks their data. You can also choose the number of images on each axis, with a maximum size of 9×9.
Photos on the collage can be arranged in order of the number of views, color and brightness. Generated images can be shared on social media.
How can I create my own Spotify rainbow collage?
Creating a collage using Spotify Rainbow Collage is very easy and if users are ready to share their Spotify data with third party sites, the website has a “20 year old from the University of Leuven, Belgium”. It was written by a computer science student.” ”
Step 1: Open chartmymusic.com/spotify/rainbowcollage (it may take multiple attempts to reach the site).
Step 2: Sign in with your Spotify account
Step 3: Allow websites to access your Spotify data
Step 4: Select parameters such as dimensions and placement type
Step 5: Click the “Generate” button.
Step 6: Download and/or Share Your Collage
(Hero image: Heidi Fin/@framesbyfin/Unsplash; Featured image: chartmymusic.com)
This article was originally published on Augustman Singapore