Changes to Spotify for Artists historical data
We’re standardizing historical data access across our Spotify for Artists analytics features.
Music tab data changes
In December 2023 we’re replacing the ‘Since 2015’ filter with an ‘All time’ filter on the Music > Releases and Music > Songs tabs.
Look for the downwards arrow icon on the Music > Songs tab to download a CSV file of your data since 2015.
Note: It’s not possible to download from the Releases tab, but the Songs tab provides the same data.
Audience data changes
In August 2023 we updated the stats available on the Audience > Overview tab. You can still see streams, listeners, and followers stats on the new tab - plus streams per listener, saves, and playlist adds.
This data is available for the past 2 years plus the year to date.
Note: It’s no longer possible to download audience data from before the past 2 years plus the year to date.
Song data changes
As of July 2023 we provide data on song pages for the past 2 years plus the year to date.
You can still see all-time stream counts for your songs.
Note: It’s no longer possible to download song data from before the past 2 years plus the year to date.
Why we’re making these changes
These changes make it possible for us to bring exciting new analytics features to Spotify for Artists, such as:
- Custom date range filters on more pages
- New engagement stats on your Songs page
- New fan segmentation of your active audience
- More historical data on your Audience engagement page
- A new roster management view
We've also removed a few analytics features that have low usage, including Similar artists and Compare to other artists.
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