You finally have the perfect Spotify playlist for every occasion. You even have a sleep timer with Spotify. But, it looks like something is missing. The playlists don’t have the perfect image on them.
The good news is that customizing the image for your playlists is possible, and you can change it as many times as you want. There is only one thing to keep in mind, Spotify won’t let you change the image for playlists you didn’t create. If someone else made it, it looks like you’re stuck with that image.
How to Modify the Playlist Image for Spotify – Android
Even though these steps were done for Android, the same steps can be used by iPhone users as well. Once you have Spotify open, tap on Your Library at the bottom. Find the playlist whose image you want to change and select it.
Under the current playlist image, you’ll see three dots. Tap on them and choose the Edit Playlist option.
As long as you’re there, you can do things such as remove songs or rearrange them. To replace the playlist image, tap on Change image.
You’ll have the option of taking a new picture, or you can upload one from your device’s gallery. Spotify will show you a preview of the image, and if you’re sure you want to use it, tap on the Use Photo button at the bottom.
To finish things up, don’t forget to tap on the Save button at the top right.
How to Change the Spotify Playlist Image – Windows
The steps to change the playlist picture for Windows is slightly different but not too much. Once you have Spotify open, find the playlist whose picture you want to change. Click on the three dots and click on Edit details.
Place the cursor on the image and click on it. Choose your new picture and save it. You can also rename the list or add an optional description. That’s all there is to it. Now you have your new image and can change it whenever you want.
It would be nice if Spotify also offered editing options whenever you changed your image. Even with basic editing tools, the process would be a lot better. How many playlist images are you going to change? Let me know in the comments below, and don’t forget to share the article with others on social media.