There’s a new trendy way to analyze your Spotify data, and this time it’s not a pie or an iceberg, but an old-fashioned collage.
Spotify Rainbow Collage displays album covers of top songs or artist photos of top artists, depending on how you customize it. Simply put, this is how social her media enthusiasts share snapshots of their musical tastes.
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What is Spotify Rainbow Collage?
Spotify Rainbow Collage analyzes your listening on Spotify and lets you customize collages of popular songs and artists. You can choose the timespan to represent in the collage and the number of album covers to display on each axis. The largest collage option is 9×9. You can also choose how you want to organize your popular songs and artists. Those who care about raw numbers can sort by play count, while the aesthetically driven ones can also be sorted by color and brightness.
These collages are the latest way to show off their musical tastes on social media, with users flocking to Twitter to share their own and rate others’ collages.
How to make a Spotify rainbow collage
To use Spotify Rainbow Collage, you need to share your Spotify data with the site. If you are not familiar with this, please stop.
If you’re okay with sharing data, here’s how to create a Spotify rainbow collage.
Step 1: Go to chartmymusic.com/spotify/rainbowcollage
Step 2: Log in with your Spotify account
Step 3: Give Sites Permission to Access Your Spotify Data
Step 4: Customize the Collage Size and Composition
Step 5:[生成]Click the button.
It may take several attempts to access the website(opens in new tab)But if you keep refreshing, you can get in someday.
Who Created Spotify Rainbow Collage?
According to the site, the Spotify Rainbow Collage was created by a 20-year-old computer science student at the University of Leuven in Belgium.