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If Your Spotify Wrapped Isn't Super Embarrassing, Here's How To Post It On IG

Spotify Wrapped is the Pumpkin Spice Latte of December. It’s kind of embarrassing and cheugy to post, but it’s also impossible to avoid. Soon, despite your best efforts, you’ll learn which Taylor Swift song your 2011 dorm RA Sarah has been listening to on repeat — spoiler, it’s most definitely “All Too Well (10-Minute Version).”

When Does Spotify Wrapped 2023 Come Out? 

Based on previous years, your 2023 Wrapped should be available by either the last week of November or the first week of December. And because it’s likely that you won’t be able to help yourself (unless you’re like me and your  most-played songs are “Box Fan For Sleep” and all the songs from “Dear Evan Hansen,” yes, the musical and the movie), here’s how you share your Spotify Wrapped on your Instagram Story. Just please, please don’t post it on your Facebook. Mortifying. 

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So, when you get your Spotify Wrapped, it will pretty much look like an Instagram Story already. You can click through all of the different highlights; each slide details a different portion of your listening habits, like your top music genres, how many minutes you’ve listened, your most-played songs, and top artists. Once you find a slide you want to share to your followers, you select “Share This Story” at the bottom of the screen. Then you click “Instagram Stories” from the list, which should be the first option, and it will be automatically added to your story. Very simple. 

*User be warned: If your songs are actually cool and not super-embarrassing (think Tame Impala vs. Demi Lovato’s “This Is Me”), you can pretty much guarantee you’ll get at least four DMs from a Chad or Brad or Matt or Mike you went to high school with either complimenting or flirty criticizing your choices. “Wowwwww… let me send you some real music.” It’s a lose-lose situation, tbh. 

Now, if something comes over you and you’re *really* feeling self-indulgent, you can make your Spotify Wrapped a feed post, too. There are just a few extra steps involved. So, again, you click “Share This Story,” then choose the “Download Image” option, which is further down the list. This will save the slide to your camera roll. Once it’s on your phone in your photo library, you’re free to go to your IG and post it like any other photo. However, ​​unless you’re Barack Obama, you should estimate you’ll get about 12 likes on this grid post. But do you, I guess.

Steph Perlman
Steph Perlman
Steph Perlman is Betches' Entertainment Editor. She's a Kardashian historian, Real Housewives enthusiast, and Pete Davidson apologist.