Spotify's new feature makes playlist based on your outfit and mood
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Spotify has just dropped a brand new feature that makes you your very own playlist to match your outfit, mood, and vibe, and it's kind of addictive.
By now, the music streaming service is pretty much a champ at creating custom playlists for its users, whether it's a Daily Mix, Discover Weekly, or Release Radar.
But this new feature is taking 'Made For You' to a whole new level, providing you with a banging soundtrack to match your outfit of the day.
So, how does it work?
Firstly, open up your Spotify and check if there's a banner on your homepage automatically inviting you to create your first Get Ready With Music playlist. If not, then you can click this link on your iPhone or Android and you'll be good to go.
Secondly, it's time to decide what it is you're getting ready for. You can choose between 'Getting Stuff Done', 'Breaking A Sweat', 'Taking It Easy', 'Going Out Tonight', or 'Up For Whatever'.
Next up, it's time to pair your playlist with what you're wearing.
Using a colour wheel, you'll be asked to choose three different colours that match your outfit. Slide the wheel around to choose a colour, then move it up and down to make the colour lighter or darker.
And finally, you'll be asked to pick your 'vibe', which focuses on the fabric and feel of your clothes, whether it's 'Wavy', 'Bubbly', 'Cosy', 'Crisp', 'Shiny', or 'Smooth'. Do with that what you will.
Once you've decided on that, your playlist is ready to go!
Just add in your name, a photo, and click on the 'Preview Playlist' and your customised two-hour playlist will appear.
The beauty of the Get Ready With Music playlist is that you can make as many as you want! Plus, each one will automatically save to your Spotify profile, so you can listen to your heart's content.
There's nothing that can get you going quite like a custom Spotify playlist, is there?
The music giant recently added another build-your-own playlist feature following the release of season four of Stranger Things.
After watching Max Mayfield (Sadie Sink) cheat death with the help of Kate Bush's 'Running Up That Hill', Spotify decided to help users figure out what their own 'Vecna' song would be.
That means, should you ever find yourself hallucinating grandfather clocks, experiencing unexplained nosebleeds, or find yourself mysteriously levitating five feet in the air with your eyes rolling back in your head, you pals will know what tune to blare.
Good thing, too! You can never be too careful.