my "favorites" are all messed up!

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my "favorites" are all messed up!

msmusicteach
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I am a music and dance teacher and use Spotify at work almost everyday for multiple classes. This has caused my feed to be a really strange mix. I listen to alternative rock, electronic, and pop at home, but my most frequently played songs are unfortunately from KidzBop and some crazy stuff for work. Is there a way to separate out work and personal use so that Spotify can "find" songs that I want to listen to when I'm at home?

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Hey @msmusicteach 

 

The easiest way to separate work-music from your personal tastes would be having two Spotify accounts. You could use Family Premium offer to save a little on costs, and your family members could also benefit from that subscription. :)

 

If you don't want to have 2 accounts, then my advice would be using Private Session whenever you're at work. In this way Discover Weekly won't get affected by the content you're playing in class. However, Daily Mixes do get affected both ways.

 

Hope this helps, have a lovely day! :)

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Hey @msmusicteach 

 

The easiest way to separate work-music from your personal tastes would be having two Spotify accounts. You could use Family Premium offer to save a little on costs, and your family members could also benefit from that subscription. :)

 

If you don't want to have 2 accounts, then my advice would be using Private Session whenever you're at work. In this way Discover Weekly won't get affected by the content you're playing in class. However, Daily Mixes do get affected both ways.

 

Hope this helps, have a lovely day! :)

SebastyRock Star 16
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