Spotify has launched a new playlist feature that changes with your mood throughout the day.
Available to free and premium users in Canada, Spotify daylist is described as a “one-of-a-kind playlist” that brings together “the niche music and microgenres you usually listen to during particular moments in the day or on specific days of the week.”
New tracks will be added at every update along with a new title that sets the theme of your daylist (examples include “thrillwave”, “happy dance” and “pumpkin spice”).
How to find, save, and share Spotify daylist
- Find: daylist is available to both Free and Premium users in Canada as well as the U.S., the U.K., Australia, New Zealand, and Ireland at spotify.com/daylist. You can also find daylist on mobile in the Made For You hub. On desktop and web, simply search “daylist” to bring up your playlist. daylist updates multiple times a day, and you can view when your next update will be from the playlist page on mobile.
- Save: If you’re loving a specific daylist playlist, save it and make a copy by tapping the three-dot menu, scrolling down to “Add to playlist,” then tapping “New playlist”. It will be saved in your Library. (if you don’t save it prior to the next update on your daylist, it’ll be gone).
- Share: daylist is all about expressing your individuality and Spotify has built shareability into the playlist experience. You can choose from three different sharecard options to upload:
- A ready-made screenshot of your daylist
- A social media sticker that captures the essence of your daylist
- A changing sharecard with up to four different background graphics depending on the time of day you post your daylist
Do you like the idea of a streaming service like Spotify guessing your mood throughout the day? Share your thoughts on daylist below.