Yes facebook accounts are associated with a number ID, First go to https://www.spotify.com/ sign into your spotify account using your facebook login details, and then go to Overview in the option menu at the top and you should see the numerical Username associated with your facebook created spotify account.
How do I know my Spotify username?
How to find your Spotify username on a mobile device
- Open the Spotify app on your Apple or Android device.
- Tap the gear icon in the upper right hand corner. …
- You should see your username at the top of the screen, next to your circular profile picture. …
- Tap “Account” to view your full details.
Can you change Spotify username if logged in with Facebook?
You can change your Spotify username by connecting your account to Facebook, or by adding a display name. When you connect your Spotify account to Facebook, it’ll override your current Spotify username and replace it with your Facebook name.
How do I find out my Spotify username and password?
Go to https://www.spotify.com/en/account/set-device-password/ and Your device username is your user ID.
How do I find my Spotify username without Facebook?
To do this, you need to log into the desktop client using your Spotify username and password (not your Facebook email and password) and then head to Edit > Preferences > Social Network > Disconnect from Facebook. If it says “Connect to Facebook” instead, then your account is not connected to Facebook.
How do you connect your Spotify to Facebook?
Connect your Spotify account to Facebook
- In the desktop app, click. and select Settings.
- Under Social, click CONNECT WITH FACEBOOK.
- Enter your Facebook login details and click Log In.
Why is my username on Spotify numbers and letters?
As Spotify looks to improve the overall experience of the service, they are now automatically generating usernames, hence the random numbers and letters. You don’t need to remember this to log in. You can log in with just your password and the email address associated with your account.
How do I separate my Spotify from Facebook?
How to Remove Spotify’s Access to Your Facebook Account
- Log into your Facebook account.
- Click on the dropdown arrow next to your profile icon.
- Select Settings & Privacy.
- Click Settings.
- Scroll down and select Apps and Websites from the left pane.
- Find the Spotify app and choose Remove.
- Click Remove.
How do I change my username on my Facebook account?
To change the username (URL/vanity) for your Facebook profile:
- Click (drop down icon) at the top right of any Facebook page and select Settings.
- Click Username.
- Enter your new username and your password, then click Save Changes.
In the “Apps and Websites” section on the right, you will see a list of apps connected to your Facebook account. Here, find “Spotify” and then click “Remove” next to it. You will see a “Remove Spotify” window. In the bottom-right corner of this window, click “Remove.”
What is a Spotify ID?
Your Spotify artist ID is the string of numbers and letters that appear at the end of your Spotify URI. Once you have your artist ID/URL, we can link it to your future TuneCore releases to ensure that your next release is mapped to the correct artist page.
Why can’t I log into Spotify with Facebook?
Clear the app from Facebook
Then, open Spotify and try to log in using Facebook again. One of these two methods should help you log in to Spotify with your Facebook account without having to uninstall and reinstall the app, as it’s sometimes recommended.
What is my Spotify email address?
Yet if ever you really cannot remember your linked email address to Spotify, you can change it. The official support page of Spotify listed ways on how to do it. Just log in to your account page and click the edit profile. Find the email option, and then enter your new email address.
How do I know if my Spotify is connected to Facebook?
Click the gear icon on Facebook and select “Account Settings.” On the sidebar, click the link for “Apps.” Scroll through the apps linked to your Facebook account until you see “Spotify.” Click it to see the information that Spotify uses and shares.