Daylist, the newest feature on Spotify, has users crazed over new music tastes throughout the day more than ever.
According to a new report, searches for the viral changing playlist have spiked over 20,000% after users online shared their ever changing music to Instagram.
In regards to the new feature, Spotify claims “Throughout the day, your mood changes, and so does the music you listen to. Last night might have been a windows down, thrillwave monday evening, while this moment is more of a ’90s rave rainforest late night. The point is, you’re ever-changing, and your playlists should be too.”
With Daylist, users get new tracks at every update, plus a new title that sets the mood of your daylist. With relatable titles including thrillwave, happy dance, pumpkin spice, and more, the playlist helps Spotify users understand more about their taste in music—and express their unique audio identity.
As of today, daylist is available to both Free and Premium users across the U.S., Canada, the U.K., Australia, New Zealand, and Ireland at spotify.com/daylist. Users 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.
If users are 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.”
With names such as “romantic c-sharp minor Tuesday morning,” “delulu masterpiece Thursday afternoon” and even “unique library Friday morning,” users have been going frantic over the ever-changing and bizzare names.