On any given Tuesday morning, do you feel more melodramatic and yearning, or do you feel like dancing and energizing? Regardless of what kind of person you actually are, Spotify probably has full knowledge about it. Now, they intend to use it to create a playlist that will keep evolving with regard to your tastes. They have named it “Daylist”.
What You Can Expect From Daylist
On September 12th, Spotify, the platform most notable for music streaming, is launching “daylist”. It will be adding another way to its already existing methods of providing music recommendations to the users of the platform. However, it is quite different from AI DJ or Niche Mixes. For one, it will not feature multiple playlists. It will be only one list. However, it will change and update itself automatically throughout the duration of the day. The intent is that it will accommodate the habits you show while listening to Spotify.
The reasoning behind “Daylist” is also pretty logical and reasonable. Spotify believes, and knows, that a lot of its users listen to different kinds of music while commuting in the morning through a rush than when they are on a walk in the middle of the afternoon or winding down and relaxing in the evening.
Spotify’s spokesperson explains to Mashable that the updates to the daylist will bring together the microgenres and niche music that users typically stream at specific periods of the week and day. As such. Users can expect fresh tracks during every update, as well as fresh titles that will set the daylist’s mood. In order to access your daylist, simply search the term on the app. There you will be able to learn about your music habits during particular times and days.