Following the launch of the first seasonal recap in June, YouTube Music is now introducing the Summer version.
Update 8/26: More YouTube Music subscribers are now watching the Summer Recap as of Friday. It will show up as a card in the Home feed or by tapping Your Recap and the top-right profile avatar. The statistics are the same as before.
Remember to save the Summer Recap 22 playlist to your library so you may listen to it whenever you want. Otherwise, it is lost forever, just like playing cards. (Creating an album on Google Photos is a decent storage option.)
Update 8/23: YouTube Music has released the Summer Recap official after launching it over the weekend.
Through Summer Summary, the newest iteration of our personalized experience that gives you a recap of your favorite musicians, songs, albums, and playlists from the previous season, you can now reflect back on the songs that characterized your summer.
On the accounts we verified, it hasn’t yet been extensively implemented. Google, meantime, today unveiled two of the top 10 YouTube charts:
Methodology: From May 30 to August 17, 2022, songs are ranked based on their global views. All official renditions of a song are included in the totals, including the official music video, user-generated content that features the song, and lyric videos.
Initial 8/21: The Northern Hemisphere’s summer, which ends on Thursday, September 22, has just one more month left. In a YouTube Premium email sent earlier this week, YouTube Music hinted that Summer Recaps would be arriving soon. The Summer Recaps feature is now available to the first members.
Similar to before, you might first see it as a Summer Recap is here card in the Home feed to replay your favorite songs and statistics from the season. However, the first users will only receive the Your Recap playlist, which featured 50 songs the last time. In contrast to purple for spring, yellow predominates in the cover art.
There isn’t yet a carousel of stat cards that can be readily shared and saved. You will eventually receive the top five albums, playlists, artists, songs, and genres (only three).
You can also look at your Summer Recap by tapping on your profile’s avatar in the top right corner, followed by Your Recap in the History section. The majority of viewers can still see The Spring Recap, which had the following prerequisites:
You must have listened to at least 2 hours of music on YouTube and/or YouTube Music between March 1 and May 20 of 2022 in order to view your 2022 Seasonal Recap.
Considering the first one, by the middle of September, YouTube Music might make the Summer Recap publicly accessible.
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