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Changing to a Spotify login

If you host your podcast with Spotify for Podcasters, changing to a Spotify login gives you access to our team management feature and allows you to manage multiple podcasts under a single Spotify account.

From April 30th, 2024, you’ll be required to use a Spotify account to log in to Spotify for Podcasters.

Note: If you don’t host your podcast with Spotify for Podcasters, your login method already uses a Spotify account.

How to change your login

Click the link in your invite email or the banner on your Spotify for Podcasters dashboard to get started.

Alternatively, follow these steps:

On web:

  1. Log into your Spotify for Podcasters account with your existing credentials.
  2. Click Settings then Account.
    Note:
    If you don’t see this option, click your avatar then Account settings.
  3. Click Link your account.

After you've changed your login to Spotify, you'll use the same username/email and password to log in to both Spotify and Spotify for Podcasters.

Which Spotify account to use

You can use any Spotify account.

We recommend using the same personal Spotify account you use to listen to music. Using your personal account won’t give anyone access to it or change your playlists or personalization.

If you prefer, you can create a separate Spotify account for managing your podcasts.

If you don’t have a Spotify account, create one for free here.

Spotify Payouts

If you've set up Spotify Payouts by connecting a Spotify account, we recommend keeping the same Spotify account for your login.

If you decide to use a different Spotify account, you’ll need to set up Spotify Payouts again.

Adding another show

If you have more than one podcast, you can put them all on the same Spotify account and manage them from a single dashboard.

Learn how to manage multiple podcasts under the same account

Making Spotify account changes

Need to make changes to your Spotify account or change the way you log in to your Spotify account?

Find more info here

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