Spotify Announces New Playlist ‘Daylist’!

Spotify Announces New Playlist ‘Daylist’!

Spotify’s new playlist, called “daylist”, will offer suggestions of songs you’ve already listened to based on your mood throughout the day. Here are the details!

Spotify has introduced a new playlist option that will be of interest to users. The company has developed a new playlist called “daylist” to help you tune into your mood throughout the day.

In its announcement post, Spotify explains thatdaylist stands for “your day in a playlist” and is a one-of-a-kind playlist that features a mix of songs from all genres that match users’ feelings, moods, and the music they listen to throughout the day or at specific moments in a week.

“Between sunrise and sunset, it’s frequently updated with a series of highly specialized tracks tailored to your every mood. It’s hyper-personalized, dynamic and fun because it reflects what you want to listen to right now.”

“Daylist” will be continuously updated

The new playlist, called “daylst”, will be continuously updated based on the tracks you listen to. Spotify also allows users to save the new playlist to their existing playlists, but users will need to keep checking back and be quick on their feet, as thedaylist is updated multiple times a day, making it difficult to find tracks from the previous day’s “daylist”.


The new playlist is currently available in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Ireland. Users can go to to access the new playlists. The new playlist will be available to both free and premium users through the app.

So what do you think about the new playlist? You can share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.

Gül Demirci

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