If you signed up for Spotify a long time ago, chances are you no longer use the same email. In this case, you should change your Spotify email to ensure you can access your account at any time.
How to Change Your Spotify Email on Desktop
If you think your Spotify account got hacked, the first thing you should do is change your password. Now, if you want to make sure the hacker loses any way to connect to your Spotify account, you can also change your Spotify email.
The process is fast and easy, and it will help to keep your account secure.
Open the Spotify website, click on your profile icon in the top right, and select Account. This should take you to your account settings page.
There, select Edit profile. Enter your new email address into the Email field. Then, confirm the change by typing in your current password.
Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on Save profile.
Spotify will send you a confirmation email. Open it and click on the provided link to finish setting up a new Spotify email.
How to Change Your Spotify Email on Mobile
If you’ve decided to change your Spotify email, you don’t have to wait until you get home to use your computer. You can easily set up a new email on Spotify’s mobile app.
Within the app, tap your profile icon and select Settings and privacy. Then, select Email, enter your new Spotify email, and type your current Spotify password.
Once you’re done tap Save.
You’ll receive an email from Spotify asking you to confirm your new email.
If you forgot your Spotify password, you’ll have to reset it before changing your Spotify email. To avoid this happening again, you could use a free password manager.
Set a New Spotify Email
Changing your Spotify email is a straightforward process, so you shouldn’t postpone it if you no longer use your old email. Spotify will not delete any account data if you change your email. You’ll have the same subscription plan, playlists, downloaded songs, and playback settings.