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Spotify Playlists

  • Date added

  • Playlist owner

  • Followers

  • Position on playlist (this week, last week, difference & peak)

Spotify Charts (Worldwide)

  • Top 200

  • Viral

How to connect:

You can manage the Spotify ID connected to your campaign in the Settings dashboard.

To source a Spotify Track or Album ID to connect, open the Spotify app and search for the track/album you want to connect up.

You should see ellipses around the Spotify platform - similar to the Actions button on CampaignAmp - that open up more options for things to do with the albums/tracks/artists etc. on your page.

If you click on these and hover over the “Share” option at the bottom of the menu, you should see a further option to “Copy Spotify URI”.

This URI will contain the Spotify album or track ID that you need, e.g.

  • spotify:track:0RO9W1xJoUEpq5MEelddFb

  • spotify:album:5EyIDBAqhnlkAHqvPRwdbX.

In the Settings dashboard of the campaign you want to connect up, head down to the Spotify section. 

Here, paste the code at the end of the URI - the bit after “spotify:track:” or “spotify:album” - then click “Add”. Repeat for as many versions of the single or album you want to track. Once you have added everything remember to click “Save All Changes” at the top right of your settings dashboard.

REMEMBER: Singles sit within their own album in Spotify, so to speak. 

For track playlists and chart positions, you must connect up the Spotify Track ID, not the Album ID.

The Album ID is sourced from the ellipsis next to the artwork, play and save button for the album/single -- the track ID is sourced from the ellipses next to each individual track within the album/ep/single release.

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