Part 1. Direct Ways to Share Music from Spotify
Depending on the devices you have, you can either share songs via your Windows/Mac computers or mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch or Android phones. Also, you can make your songs public.
Share Spotify on Desktop
Step 1. Launch Spotify from your computer and then sign in with the account name and password if you haven't done that yet.
Step 2. Check and locate the playlist you want to share with others. You can pick up an album you want from the Spotify library or your own library. Also, you can simply structure a new playlist by right clicking on the sidebar under "Playlists" menu.
Step 3. You can right click on the songs or playlists and then choose "Share" menu.
Step 4. It will pop up the option to share via social media or copy playlist link, embed code, Spotify URI to send via email, share online and so on. Just pick up the option you want and then follow the screen instruction to send it.
Share Songs with Sptofy app on Mobile
Similarly, you can share Spotify songs just like what you do on desktop computers. In addition, there is a better way to share with the Spotify code. This is a unique tag to mark every song, album and playlist. The instruction is same across the iOS and Android devices.
Step 1. Launch Spotify app on your phone and open the playlist you want.
Step 2. Tap the 3-dot ion and find the code underneath the cover art.
Step 3. Tap the artwork and choose "SAVE TO PHOTOS", you can send it to your friend.
Step 4. Your friend who receive the code can simply click the search icon and tap the camera icon to start to scan the code to listen to it.
Make Playlist Public
All the playlists created by yourself will be marked as private by default. If you just want your songs viewable by others besides your friends, you can right click on the list and then click "Make Public" menu to make your music public to anyone. In addition, if you want others to add news songs to it, you can also click "Collaborative Playlist" to authorize others to edit it.