How to Share Liked Songs on Spotify

Share your favorite tunes with friends

What to Know

  • In Spotify, click Liked Songs, right click the song you want to share > Share > Copy Song Link or Embed Track.
  • To move all Liked Songs to a different playlist, click Liked Songs and press Ctrl or Cmd and A to select all, then right click to choose from relevant Share options.
  • Liked Songs is a dedicated playlist of songs you have liked rather than a regular playlist, so you can move songs around or remove them entirely.

This article teaches you multiple ways to share liked songs on Spotify and how to turn liked songs into a playlist.

How Do I Share My Favorites on Spotify? 

Sharing liked songs on Spotify isn't like sharing a playlist because it's individual tracks rather than a playlist you have created. It's almost as simple to share your favorites through this method though. Here's how to share liked songs on Spotify with your friends.

  1. Open Spotify.

  2. Click Liked Songs on the left-hand pane.

    Spotify with Liked Songs highlighted
  3. Find the song you wish to share.

  4. Right-click on the song.

    Spotify with a song highlighted
  5. Hover over Share.

    Spotify with Share highlighted
  6. Click Copy Song Link to copy the link to your clipboard so you are able to paste it anywhere.

    Spotify with Share options open
  7. Click Embed Track if you wish to embed the track on a website.

How Do You Copy All Liked Songs on Spotify?

If you want to copy all your liked songs on Spotify and move them to a different playlist, the process is quite similar. By following this method, it saves you the effort of copying each song individually. Here's how to do so.

This method doesn't allow you to share links with other people. To share the songs, you will need to turn your liked songs into a playlist as explained earlier. 

  1. Open Spotify.

  2. Click Liked Songs on the left-hand pane.

    Spotify with Liked Songs highlighted
  3. On a PC, hold down Ctrl and A or on a Mac, Cmd and A to select all songs in the list.

  4. Drag the songs into an existing playlist in the left-hand pane to add them there.

    You can also delete them all by clicking Remove from your Liked Songs.

How Do I Turn My Liked Songs Into a Playlist?

If you want to turn your liked songs into a playlist, that's also an option. Alternatively, you can add all your songs to your queue so music is always playing. Here's how to do both in Spotify.

  1. Open Spotify.

  2. Click Liked Songs on the left-hand pane.

    Spotify with Liked Songs highlighted
  3. On a PC, hold down Ctrl and A or on a Mac, Cmd and A to select all songs in the list.

    Alternatively, right-click one song if it's the only one you wish to move to a playlist.

  4. Hover over Add to playlist.

    Spotify with Add to Playlist highlighted
  5. Click New playlist or add to an existing one.

  6. The playlist has now been created. Rename it by right clicking on it and click Rename.

How to Share a Playlist on Spotify

If you have created a playlist from your Liked Songs and you want to share it with someone, here's what to do.

  1. Right-click the playlist on the left-hand pane.

  2. Hover over Share.

  3. Click Copy link to playlist.

  4. The link will be saved to your clipboard and you can share it with friends or on social media.

FAQ
  • How many devices can use the same Spotify account?

    You can use your Spotify Premium account on up to three devices. If you share your login credentials with a friend, only one person can stream music at a time, but the other user can listen to downloaded songs offline.

  • How do I listen to Spotify with friends using Group Sessions?

    In the Spotify app, select a song or podcast episode. Tap the Connect icon in the lower-left corner to bring up the Spotify Group Session feature.

  • How do I find a friend's playlist on Spotify?

    To find a friend's playlist on Spotify, go to Friend Activity, select the friend, then select See All next to Public Playlists. Alternatively, ask your friend to share their playlist links with you.

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