How To Upload A Custom Playlist Image On Spotify?


Users can now upload a custom playlist image on Spotify starting this week. According to the company, this was one of the “highly requested” features available on Windows and Mac but not Android or iOS.

The best part is, you don’t need to have a premium subscription to use this feature. Apart from that, you can also add a description to the playlist and revive all the beautiful moments you spent on the road trip. Here’s how you can upload a custom playlist image on Spotify:

spotify select playlist three dot menu

  1. Navigate to the playlist that you've created

    You can find your playlists by heading over to Your Library from the bottom tab.

  2. Get into your desired playlist

    Then find and tap on the three-dot icon in the top right corner to bring up the menu. Find the edit option and tap on it.

  3. Tap on “Change image”

    Choose the desired image from your phone gallery or take a new picture.

  4. Change the title or type a description

    Then tap on “done!”

Also Read: Spotify Adds Search By Lyrics Feature To Its Android And iOS App

Additionally, Twitter user and a reverse engineer Jane Manchun Wong first found out that the music streaming giant is also working on a feature called “Trim Silence,” which, you guessed it, will allow users to skip all the silent bits in podcasts.

The shared screenshot shows that users will be able to toggle the feature on or off.

Spotify is also working on adding local music playback support on Android, meaning you will be able to play music stored in your internal storage. However, it is not yet clear if this will be a premium feature or not.

What do you think about custom playlist pictures and trim silence feature? Do share your thoughts in the comments section below.

Also, let us know which music streaming services you prefer other than Spotify.

Abubakar Mohammed

Abubakar Mohammed

Abubakar is a Linux and Tech Writer. Hailing from a Computer Science background, the start of his love for Tech dates back to 2011, when he was gifted a Dell Inspiron 5100. When he's not covering Tech, you'll find him binge-watching anime and Tech content on YouTube or hunting heads in competitive FPS games. You can also find his work on Android Police and How-To Geek.
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