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How to import data from Last.fm or Spotify

Crownnote includes custom exporters from Last.fm and Spotify, making it simple for you to retrieve your music history from those services and bring them into Crownnote. (Note that because of data discrepancies, automatic chart creation using these services' data is not currently possible.)

Use your Last.fm data on Crownnote

The Last.fm Exporter lets you view and export the most-scrobbled songs for an account based on username, duration, and song count.

Enter the username for a Last.fm account, select a duration (past week, past month, past three months, past six months, past year, or all time), and a number of songs, then press the Submit button. The resulting data will appear in a list below the filters. Adjust the filters to change the presented data, or use the Export data (CSV) button to download the file to your device.

Use that exported data to import data onto a Crownnote chart, after moving the exported data into Crownnote's import format. Note that multiple artists may need to be separated, and take note of how song titles are formatted, since they may be different on Last.fm than they are on Crownnote.

Use your Spotify data on Crownnote

The Spotify Exporter lets you view and export your most-played songs on Spotify, filterable by time range and song count.

First, authenticate your Spotify account by pressing the Log in with Spotify button. You may be asked to give Crownnote permission to access your Spotify data, and you may need to press the button more than once for it to fully connect. Then, select a time range (short term of four weeks, medium term of six months, or long term of multiple years) and a number of songs, then press the Submit button. The resulting data will appear in a list below the filters. Adjust the filters to change the presented data, or use the Export data (CSV) button to download the file to your device.

Use that exported data to import data onto a Crownnote chart, after moving the exported data into Crownnote's import format. Note that multiple artists may need to be separated from the song title and moved into separate Artist and Featured columns, since Spotify stores that information differently than on Crownnote.