When I started college, I got the advice from a good friend to make CDs of all the songs I listened to each semester so I could listen to them years down the line and be transported back. It was a great idea (after I decided to exchange "CDs" for "playlists"), but I had a hard time remembering to keep track of songs as my tastes changed, and I quickly started finding holes in my self-recorded music history. To solve that problem, I created Mix Capsule.
Once you login with Spotify, Mix Capsule will deposit a playlist in your library every month containing your most listened to songs for that month. Now, whenever you want to kick back and listen to music that reminds you of the past, flip through your Mix Capsule playlists and see what you were listening to 1 month, 6 months, or even a year ago.
If you're the kind of person that likes to stay organized, I recommend putting your Mix Capsule playlists in a playlist folder on Spotify to keep them all in one place.
Mix Capsule takes your privacy seriously. To be able to automatically generate playlists in your Spotify library, the following permissions are required:
These permissions will never be used for anything besides automatically generating your Mix Capsule playlists, and if you ever feel unsure you can revoke Mix Capsule's access on your Spotify account page (be aware that this will stop your Mix Capsule playlists from being generated).