SPOTIFY: How To Customise Spotify Playlist Cover Images!

Customise Spotify Playlist Cover Image

Until recently you weren’t able to create customised playlist cover images – it would simply just show the first four songs in your playlist.

Now – you can and it’s quite awesome!

If you love playlists and you love Spotify – it’s a no brainer that you would want to get to work on this right away!

How to add your own Spotify playlist image!

It’s really simple – all you need to do is click on the pencil on the playlist image and then you can change the image as well as add a description. Genius!

The change happens instantly on the desktop player but takes a little longer to show on the web player – be patient!

I’ve created a short, fun instructional video for this to show how I created an image for my Kylie Minogue playlist.

I Want To Create Spotify Playlist Cover Images For YOU!

I’m far from being a design expert but I love creating these – if you have some playlists and don’t have the time to create your own cover images I’d be more than happy to do it for you so please do get in touch.

It’s a FREE service but feel free to DONATE if you are happy with what you get!

See examples from very satisfied music lovers here or by clicking the example below.

Spotify Playlist Cover Images

I’ve been using Canva to create my own images too and you can see below some of what I’ve done so far – you can also click the links to go to the playlist.

If you love these then keep checking for new playlists at Talk About Pop Music.

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Written by Steve

I’m Steve and live in a village called Alford (home of Emeli Sande & birthplace of the Aberdeen Angus cow) in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. I currently work in the IT industry (yawn) I just want to share my ideas, findings and general reflections with whoever wants to listen.
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