Would you like to separate your Spotify account from your Facebook account so they can operate independently? You can undo the link between Spotify and Facebook easily, and we will show you how.
Spotify will no longer ask you to log in to your Facebook account after you disconnect it from Facebook. If Facebook disappears, you can still use Spotify as you keep your accounts independent. To complete this process, you will first need to create a password for your Spotify account, followed by unlinking Spotify from your Facebook account.
Create a Password for Your Spotify Account
In Step One, Before you can unlink your Spotify account, you will have to create a new password for your Spotify account if you are logged in with your Facebook account.
Head over to our how-to guide about resetting your Spotify password and follow the steps. Using this password, you’ll be able to log into Spotify independently of Facebook.
Unlink Spotify From Facebook
Now, in Step Two, After you’ve successfully logged into Spotify without the aid of Facebook, you can remove your Spotify account from your Facebook profile.
The first step is to launch the Facebook website on your Windows, Mac, Linux, or Chromebook computer. Register an account with Facebook.
Click the down-arrow icon in the top right corner of the Facebook site.
Go to the “Settings & Privacy” menu by clicking the down-arrow icon.
Click “Settings” under “Settings & Privacy.”
It will take you to the “General Account Settings” page. Click “Apps and Websites” in the left sidebar.
A list of apps connected to your Facebook account can be found in the “Apps and Websites” section to the right. Choose “Spotify” and then click “Remove.”.
A “Remove Spotify” window will appear. Click “Remove” in the bottom-right corner of this window.
That’s all I have to say. Your Spotify and Facebook accounts have been disconnected. With this music streaming website, you don’t have to rely on Facebook at all.
You might also want to revoke third-party app permissions from your Spotify account while you’re at it.