You’ve probably noticed your friends starting to share their top Spotify songs of 2020, along with their other streaming habits, courtesy of Spotify Wrapped. It is, after all, the time of year when your feed is inundated with “best of” lists, summing up the last 12 months of entertainment and culture. And given the extremely strange year we’ve all lived through, the 2020 lists are definitely going to capture a real moment in time for the history books.
If any year has been a mood, it’s definitely this one.
These lists are certainly fun to read (and argue about), but what we love even more is looking back at our own lives over the course of the past year. My personal list was so on brand for me it hurts, with a lot of Folklore and my top artists: Taylor Swift, Harry Styles, Fleetwood Mac, the Grateful Dead, and Kacey Musgraves.
So how are your friends finding these fun facts and graphics about their music stats?
There are a couple of ways to do it, and they both involve Spotify Wrapped. First, you can simply go to spotify.com/wrapped and log in to your account. You’ll be greeted with all your streaming trends from the past year and more. “As usual, this year’s Wrapped is full of insights on the artists, songs, genres, and podcasts that defined your listening in 2020—and it’s created from data unique to each and every listener,” the company said in a release.
You can also access Wrapped via your Spotify app. Once there, you’ll discover your top artist, top song through each season, top podcasts, genres, and total minutes streamed in 2020. Plus the results are easily shareable to your social media feeds, including Instagram Stories, Facebook, Snapchat, and Twitter. You can also instantly add your most-played songs to your library, if for some reason they’re not already there.
This year, Spotify has also added features like in-app quizzes, the journey of your top song (“The 1” by Taylor Swift for me), a deeper dive into your podcast diet, and new personalized playlists based on your listening habits.
Next up after #SpotifyWrapped in the year-end generator line will surely be the Instagram #TopNine, right?
Originally Appeared on Glamour