Get Current User's Playlists
Get a list of the playlists owned or followed by the current Spotify user.
Access your private playlists.
The maximum number of items to return. Default: 20. Minimum: 1. Maximum: 50.Default:
'The index of the first playlist to return. Default: 0 (the first object). Maximum offset: 100.000. Use with
limitto get the next set of playlists.'Default:
A paged set of playlists
A link to the Web API endpoint returning the full result of the requestExample:
The maximum number of items in the response (as set in the query or by default).Example:
URL to the next page of items. (
The offset of the items returned (as set in the query or by default)Example:
URL to the previous page of items. (
The total number of items available to return.Example:
trueif the owner allows other users to modify the playlist.
The playlist description. Only returned for modified, verified playlists, otherwise
Known external URLs for this playlist.
A link to the Web API endpoint providing full details of the playlist.
Images for the playlist. The array may be empty or contain up to three images. The images are returned by size in descending order. See Working with Playlists. Note: If returned, the source URL for the image (
url) is temporary and will expire in less than a day.
The name of the playlist.
The user who owns the playlist
Known public external URLs for this user.
Information about the followers of this user.
This will always be set to null, as the Web API does not support it at the moment.
The total number of followers.
A link to the Web API endpoint for this user.
The object type.Allowed values:
The name displayed on the user's profile.
nullif not available.
The playlist's public/private status:
truethe playlist is public,
falsethe playlist is private,
nullthe playlist status is not relevant. For more about public/private status, see Working with Playlists
The version identifier for the current playlist. Can be supplied in other requests to target a specific playlist version
A collection containing a link (
href) to the Web API endpoint where full details of the playlist's tracks can be retrieved, along with the
totalnumber of tracks in the playlist. Note, a track object may be
null. This can happen if a track is no longer available.
A link to the Web API endpoint where full details of the playlist's tracks can be retrieved.
Number of tracks in the playlist.
The object type: "playlist"