Spotify Daylist is EMPTY - what to do?

If you have recently logged into Spotify and found that your Daylist is empty, don't fret. There are a couple of reasons why this might be the case, and we're here to help you understand what to do next.

Firstly, if you have just created a new Spotify account, it's possible that you haven't listened to enough tracks yet. In order for Daylist to populate, you typically need to have a few days' worth of listening history. So, keep those tunes playing! Give it at least a day or two of active listening, and you should start seeing your Daylist fill up with personalized recommendations.

However, if you have been using Spotify for a while and your Daylist is still empty, it could indicate that this feature is not yet supported in your country. Currently, Daylist is only available in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, and Ireland. Unfortunately, it has not been rolled out in Europe yet. To enjoy the benefits of Daylist, your Spotify account needs to be tied to one of these supported regions.

To check if your account is tied to the right region, go to the "Made For You" tab and navigate to the Daylist section. If you find it empty and you reside outside the supported countries, it's possible that we'll have to wait a little longer until the feature reaches your region.

In summary, an empty Daylist on Spotify can be due to one of two reasons: either you are a new user who hasn't listened to enough tracks yet, or you reside in a country where Daylist is not yet supported. Keep listening to your favorite music to populate your Daylist, or patiently wait for the feature to expand to your region.

Make the most of your Spotify experience and keep discovering new music with Daylist!

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