I think we can all agree that Spotify Wrapped Day is the best social media day of the year (well, maybe not for Apple Music users). Not only can you show off your own listening stats, but you can also get peaks in other people’s playlists. Everyone from childhood best friends to big A-list celebrities can expect to join in the fun, but the other 364 days of the year are probably the days leading up to the season’s music events. You must be counting. Well, thanks to the much-talked-about Spotify Receiptify tool, you no longer have to worry about what other people are listening to.
IYDK, Receiptify transforms the most listened songs on Spotify into digital receipts. That means you don’t have to wait until the end of the year for the most listened to songs. Before you start digging into your account to find this feature, you should know that the Receiptify tool is hosted by a third-party app called Herokuapp, not Spotify. But don’t worry. You don’t have to enter the app one by one to get the songs. As a generator, Receiptify creates digital receipts that are completely unique to you and your stats. Create receipts for your most-played artists, all-time favorites, and more. The app is also available for users of music platform Last.fm.
If you’re ready to post about your favorite songs, like Spotify Wrap Day, here’s an overview of how to use Receiptify.
How to use the receipt
After opening the Receiptify app, you need to log into your Spotify account by selecting the “Login with Spotify” option. Then go to the Spotify landing page. Here you can sign in using your Google, Facebook, or Apple account, or using your email or username and password. Then tap the “Accept” button to allow the app to view your Spotify data.
When you join, you can choose whether you want your ‘receipts’ to be based on your Top Tracks, Top Artists, Last Month, Last 6 Months, or All Time viewing stats. It loads quickly and you can easily switch between options to see all your stats on your receipt form.
When you’re ready to share your receipt with your followers,[画像をダウンロード]Just click a button. From there, you can decide if you want to post to a story that everyone can see, or to your close friends who are OG only. It’s that simple, folks. Who decided Spotify Wrapped Day was only once a year?