Spotify Import Guide
Importing your Spotify data is currently only available if you are a Trackify Plus user. You can upgrade your account by visiting the Trackify Pricing Page ($4.79 USD) (opens in a new tab).
Firstly, navigate to the Spotify privacy page by visiting your Spotify privacy page (opens in a new tab). Make sure you are logged in to your Spotify account.
Scroll down the page until you see the "Download your data" section. This is where you can request your Spotify data.
By default, your account data will be included in the data download request. Trackify only needs your streaming history, so you can uncheck the "Account Data" box. Then, make sure to check the "Extended streaming history" box to include your complete listening history.
After you have made your selections, click the "Request" button. You will receive an email from Spotify asking you to confirm your request. Follow the instructions in the email to confirm.
After confirming your request, it may take up to 30 days to receive your data. Spotify will notify you by email when your data is ready for download.
When you receive the email from Spotify, follow the instructions to download your data. Once downloaded, extract the data from the zip file. The data includes several files, but the ones we are interested in are the Streaming_History_Audio_YYYY-YYYY_X.json files.
Finally, head over to the Trackify Settings Page (opens in a new tab). Scroll down to the "Data Import" section, and select the Streaming_History_Audio_YYYY-YYYY_X.json files you downloaded earlier. Upload the files, and Trackify will begin importing your Spotify streaming history. Please note that this process may take from few minutes to a few hours depending on server load.
That's it! You now have access to your complete Spotify streaming history on Trackify. Remember that you can always repeat these steps in the future to update your data or download a fresh copy of your streaming history.