You can define your chart by choosing:

  • a country

  • a platform (Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music, etc.)

  • song chart entries or album chart entries (only for Apple Music, Deezer, and iTunes)

Also, by clicking on any entry from that table, you can open a right panel. This panel offers you complementary information on that spin such as song history since it entered the chart, record label, release date, etc.

The charts section allows you to track all chart entries for a certain artist. Here is how to read that table:

  • The "Rank" column is the current rank of the song in that chart. Also, find out in this column the rank evolution (current rank compared to the previous rank thanks to the red/green arrows, equal signs, "new" and "re" icon).

The track is currently 6 ranks higher than the previous rank it was on. It is now 26th of that chart but was just previously 32nd.

The track is currently 6 ranks higher than the previous rank it was on. It is now 26th of that chart but was just previously 32nd.

  • The "R-1" column is the previous rank of that song in that chart

  • The "Peak" column is the best position the song has been on

  • The "Song" column is the name of the song. You can click on the song title to reach the song profile.

  • The "Chart" column is the name of the chart the song is charting on

  • The "Peak date" column is the date that song was in the highest position in that chart

  • The "DoC/WoC" column corresponds to the number of days (DoC) or weeks (WoC) that song has been on that chart.

Additional features:

  • Export these columns into a CSV file to incorporate them into your own documents (what you chose to see on your dashboard is what you get in your CSV file);

  • Search for the name of a chart by clicking on the magnifying glass next to the chart column;

  • Sort by the rank, peak, or peak date by clicking on the arrows at the top of the table.

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