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How to See Your YouTube Music Recap 2022

Are you trying to find or view your YouTube Music Recap 2022?

Recaps are personalized playlists and statistics about your top songs, artists, and more.

They are made based on your music listening history across YouTube.

It gets an update each time a new yearly or seasonal Recap is ready and you can always save them.

To get a Recap, you need to listen to at least 10 hours of music on YouTube.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to find or see your YouTube Music Recap 2022 on the YouTube Music app.

How to see your YouTube Music Recap 2022

How to see your YouTube Music Recap

Here’s how to see your YouTube Music Recap 2022:

  1. Open the YouTube Music app.
  2. Go to the home page and tap on your profile picture.
  3. Select “Your Recap”.
  4. Tap on the “Watch Now” button.

After you’ve tapped on the “Watch Now” button, you’ll see your top songs, artists, and more.

You can also share your playlist, photo cards, and stories card.

To share your photo cards, select the arrow icon when viewing your Recap page.

To share your stories card, select the arrow icon, download it by selecting the save icon, and share it on Instagram or other social media platforms.

If your YouTube Recap is not showing up, it means that you didn’t manage to listen to 10 hours of music in the last 10 and a half months.

If that’s the case, you need to listen to more music on YouTube to get your Recap next year.

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