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iPhone 7, iPad (6th Generation), Windows Desktop
iOS 12, Windows 10
My Question or Issue
Spotify has lately started to treat all my devices as one device, continuing what I was listening to on one device to a different device when I start the new device up. Sometimes this is okay, but more often, it's not what I want to have happen. Mostly, I like to use my different devices in different places, and in different ways. For example, I may want to listen to an album I found under the Spotify "Discover" heading when I'm working at my desktop, but when I get into my car, I want to resume listening where I left off the previous day to a playlist that I've downloaded to my iPhone. Similarly, while I'm preparing my breakfast, I'm likely to want to use my iPad to continue listening to an Album that I started listening to there the previous day, not to continue to listen to what was last playing on my desktop. This is the way Spotify used to act, but now it has changed.
Is there some setting I can change in Spotify to keep my listening choices on the different devices separate, the way I used to do?