You now have the ability to "Like" tracks you hear during a Peloton workout. The "Like" button is represented by a heart icon. Once you begin to like tracks, they will populate into a Peloton curated playlist on your streaming platform of choice.
How to Access
You can access this feature when activating for the first time or under profile settings, post-activation.
To add a song to a playlist, start by playing a class. When the song track appears, tap the heart icon to "like" the song. This will add the song to your Peloton playlist.
- If you do not have Spotify or Apple Music account the playlist will remain on the Peloton profile playlist.
Please note, if you have a Spotify or Apple Music account and have NOT liked a song, a playlist will still be created as a placeholder until the member has liked a song. Once the first song is liked, the playlist will populate.
Privacy settings will follow the same logic as your Peloton profile:
- If your profile is private, then your playlist is hidden
- If your profile is public, then your playlist is visible
Things To Note
A song can take several minutes to appear on the third-party sites due to their caching process.
All music is based on U.S. Spotify store; therefore if a song is unavailable internationally, you can expect the following behaviours:
- Spotify: Songs will not add to your playlist
- Apple: The title will show on your playlist, but it will be greyed out and inaccessible
Removing songs from your personal Spotify/Apple accounts will not reflect on the Peloton profile.
If you share a Spotify or Apple Music account, your shared users will also see a copy of your Peloton playlist.
If you disconnect from Spotify or Apple Music and reenable the feature later, a second playlist will be created and the original playlist will no longer update.