In Tidal, you can always post a link to your favorite playlist, favorite song, favorite artist, favorite album, or favorite video via text message, email, or social media. But if you wanted to share Instagram stories or Facebook stories, you were unlucky. This changes with Tidal's new sharing features for Android and iOS.
When you share a playlist, song, artist, album, or video for Instagram Stories or Facebook Stories, your friends and followers will see what you're listening to and there. Not only that, but also the music you recommend and the followers will be able to see your taste in music over time. Users can then respond and send messages or responses as they would with any story you post.
If you do not already have Tidal, you can install it from either the iOS App Store or the Google Play Store. Tidal is a subscription service without a free version, so you need to sign up for a monthly price. Plans start at $ 9.99 for standard audio, though you can upgrade to the premium plan for better sound quality. If you have not yet joined, you can use the free 30-day standard trial before you commit to a paid plan.
You also need to have Facebook or Instagram installed on your phone if you have not already. The Tidal feature uses these apps to share your music. Therefore, you must have one or both apps installed and logged in to your accounts.
: Sharing Your Playlists for Stories
To share one of your playlists, go to the My Collection tab in the bottom navigation bar. Select "Playlists" and then the horizontal or vertical ellipsis (•••) to the right of the playlist in list view. You can also tap the playlist itself, and then click the skip icon in the upper-right corner of the playlist view.
Select "Share" from the options and then either "Facebook Stories" or "Instagram Stories." You will be redirected to the appropriate app where you can post a still image of your playlist.
Sharing is not just limited to playlists. With Tidal, you can also share songs, albums, artists and videos found on his service. To share something, find the title, album, artist, or video you want to share, and then select the horizontal or vertical omission icon (•••) to open the options. You can find the ellipsis on the Now Playing, Album View, and other locations.
Next, choose "Share" and choose either "Facebook Stories" or "Instagram Stories" from the list. For songs, albums and artists, Tidal releases a still image of the corresponding content. However, for videos, a 15-second preview is published on Instagram Stories, so your friends and followers get a snippet of the content you like. However, Facebook Stories will only show a still image for a video.