How to Enable Spotify Private Listening Mode

Posted by Mayank on September 30, 2011 in Facebook

The Spotify app is now available with the Private Listening mode, which means you can use Facebook without broadcasting the songs you listen to and thereby your listening habits remain close to you. We had earlier provided a solution on how to stop Spotify from posting songs you listen to on Facebook. With the new update available today, you have this option of stopping Spotify from posting songs and allowing Spotify to post songs – just by a toggle of a switch.

To enable the feature, you’ll need to upgrade your desktop client to the latest version of Spotify. Then click on Spotify/File on the menu bar and select “Private Listening.” Spotify will stop sharing what you listen to until you turn it ON or until the next time you log on.

enable spotify private listening You can enable the switch by going to Spotify -> Preferences -> Private Listening

Every time you quit Spotify and start it again, you will have to enable Private Listening mode.

“We’re rolling out a new client as we speak where you can temporarily hide your guilty pleasures. It works like a browsers private mode,” tweeted Daniel Ek, CEO and founder of Spotify on September 29th.

So, you can stop Spotify forever from sharing the songs you listen to on Facebook using the hack we gave you earlier or if you would like to share songs once in a while, this option might be the way to go!

Choose whichever option best suits you and enjoy the music!

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