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TC Teaches: How to Create a “Spotify Pizza” with Your Most Listened Artists and Music Styles

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If you’ve been following us for a while, then you probably already know that in addition to keeping you informed, we’re always trying to add more knowledge to your daily life, with tips and tutorials so you can get the most out of your devices and apps.

Today, continuing this routine, we present one more tip; this time, for Spotify users! Learn below how to create a pie chart with the musical styles most listened to by you on the streaming platform.

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In addition to Spotify’s annual retrospective that usually gains space on social networks as the year approaches, you may have already come across a graphic or collage that shows the artists, songs, playlists or styles most listened to by a given profile.

Not being an official feature, “Spotify Pie” is yet another one of them. Developed by Darren Huang, made available via GitHub, the tool allows users of the streaming service to see a pie chart with the most listened to music styles and their respective artists, as well as a general list of the most listened to artists over time.

See below how to generate the graph.

  • On your smartphone, computer or tablet, access the Spotify Pie website by clicking here;
  • Now click on “Login to Spotify” and perform the login process with your profile on the platform;
  • The site will display the information that it will have access to to generate the graph. According to access, tap on “Accepted“;
  • The graph will be generated.
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You learned how to generate the graph! Hover over each section of the pizza to see what it corresponds to.

As mentioned, “Spotify Pie” is not an official resource and despite using the platform’s API to access your data, not presenting greater risks to the security of your account, the developer will still be able to have access to your information. To remove this access, check out the instructions from our other tutorial and look for “spotify – using react” in the list of applications.

In addition to “Spotify Pie”, other services also allow the user to have access to interesting information based on their musical habits, in the most varied ways. Among them, Icebergify, Obscurify, Label.ME, bad-music, musicScapes and festify; have a good time!

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