By now, you’re probably asking yourself “How do I use this dashboard to track my music?”
If you’ve ever used Spotify, you probably already know that it can provide you with a detailed overview of all your playlists and tracks.
That’s great, but you probably want to use it for something else.
That is, if you want to track all of your plays on your playlist, tracks that have been played recently, and any playlist updates that have occurred.
So, let’s go ahead and build a dashboard for Spotify that will let you see all of that stuff.
Before you get started, I would strongly recommend that you read through the official Spotify Dashboard documentation, and if you’re curious, you can find it in the GitHub repository.
This is an excellent tutorial on how to use the Spotify Dashboards Dashboard API to quickly and easily get all the information you need.
In the following tutorial, I’m going to walk you through the process of building a dashboard using the Spotify API.
This tutorial assumes that you already have a working Spotify account.
For a more in-depth tutorial on building a Spotify Dashcard, read my tutorial on Spotify Dashcards.
To start, we’ll install the Spotify SDK and the Spotify dashboard.
Open up the Spotify dashboard.
You should see a number of different tabs on the left, and there should be a section called “Dashboard”.
Tap on that to get a list of all the Dashboard sections that you need to create.
Tap on “Dashboards”.
You’ll see a list with three tabs: Playlists, Artists, and Tracks.
Tap the “Playlists” tab to get the current playlist.
Tap “Artist” to get your Spotify account’s artist name.
Tap a tab on the right to add a new playlist.
This will open up a new page with the Playlists tab on it.
Now, you’ll want to add the “Artist”, “Artist Song”, and “Artist Album” tabs to the Dashboards tab.
Tap Add Tab.
The first thing you’ll see is a list that contains the current Playlists and Artists tab.
You’ll want these tabs to be in your dashboard’s main section.
You can click one of the tabs to open the Dashboarding sidebar.
This sidebar will look like this: On the right is the “Artists” tab.
Here, you will see the Artists tab and the Playlist that you’ve added.
Now that you have all the Playbooks, Artists and Albums that you want, tap the “Add Tab” button to add it to the list.
In this case, we’re adding the “Song” Playlist.
If you click the “Check the Artist” button, you should see the new Artist’s Artist Name and Album Album’s Artist Song.
Now click the checkmark next to the “Track” tab, and then add the track you want.
Now you should have a list in your Spotify dashboard of all of the Dashcards you have created.
Now let’s build the Dashcard.
Open your Spotify Dash, and you’ll be presented with the “Dashcard”.
To create a new Dashcard from scratch, we need to add an API key.
The API key is a secret that you can use to log into the Spotify backend to get access to all of Spotify’s internal services.
You will need an API Key when you sign up for Spotify, and it’s a very good idea to keep your API Key safe.
For this tutorial, you are going to need an empty API key that you don’t have to use.
You just need to generate one, and give it to your Spotify team member.
Open the Spotify UI by tapping the “Edit” icon on the top right.
Now navigate to “Dashcards”.
Tap “Dash Cards”.
Now we’re going to add one more API key, so that we can create a Dashcard with an empty one.
Open “Dash cards” by tapping on the “Navigate” button.
Now scroll down and tap “API Keys”.
Next, select “Add Key”.
You will now be presented a screen that looks like this, where you can click on “OK”.
This will take you to the API key screen.
Next, we are going “Add API Key”.
To add an empty key, tap “Add”.
This is the same screen that you will have previously used to create a dashboard.
Now we are ready to add some data.
First, we want to change our Spotify account to a different one, so we can access the dashboard directly from the Spotify app.
Tap “+” in the upper right corner.
In that same section, we can select the “Account” tab and then click “Add Account”.
Now, tap “+” again in the lower right corner to add another account.
You’re now in the “Access” section of the dashboard.
This section will be a little more intimidating.
For now, we just