Spotify URL Field Type
This article provides information about the added field type introduced in version 2.6.3 which is the Spotify URL.
This field applies to similar Spotify URL patterns:
- Song Link (e.g.https://open.spotify.com/track/5YciOakY5dB5dULkiLdCaf?si=26860dc0a5b54654)
- Album Link (e.g.https://open.spotify.com/album/4mMan8IGNJUhZ6du15ki5T?si=rOYtN4mjSQ-utBOlFOFaZw)
- Artist Link (e.g. https://open.spotify.com/artist/2DaxqgrOhkeH0fpeiQq2f4?si=JFwzsIi6S06Q2qKNlqvqNA)
The user will be able to view and edit the Spotify field in User's profile > Edit Profile once you have added the Spotify URL field and updated the profile form in wp-admin>Ultimate Member> Forms>Edit or Add Profile Form. This article will teach you how to add a field to a form.
Note: The Spotify Field will only appear in the user's profile once they have added a link and updated their profile.
Example 1 - Song Link
The user will be able to see the song's iframe and play a preview of the song on their profile page after adding a song link in the Spotify URL field and updating their profile.
Example 2 - Album Link
The user will be able to see the album's iframe and play a preview of the songs listed in the album on their profile page after adding an album link in the Spotify URL field and updating their profile.
Example 3 - Artist Link
The user will see the artist's iframe, which has a list of the artist's tracks. They may listen to a preview of the artist's songs on their profile page after adding the artist's link in the Spotify URL field and updating their profile.