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I often listen to discover weekly songs and:
- when I like song, and it is universal song (can be liked by people from near environment) i just click "heart button"
- when I like song, but song is very niche (probably wont be acceptable by most of people) then I add song to specify playlist,
- When I don't like song OR I already added it to some playlist, I don't want to show it up again in discover weekly, because song is already mapped (disliked OR liked, added to playlist).
I do like that, because I want to listen all discover weekly songs, and I wanted to know which are already listened and which not. If I don't click "remove button", then I try to add some songs to playlists many times, because I don't see which are added and which not. There are not any indicator that shows you that.
Now I wanted to ask, how spotify treat "remove button". Because sometimes I click it on liked songs, only because I want to know it's already added to some playlist, and I don't have to listen it again in discover space.
Will spotify treat it as:
1. "I don't like that song, please don't propose me it anymore, and any other similar song"
2. "Hide this song in discover weekly and that's all"
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Thanks for your reply in this thread and welcome 🙂
The remove button you find on the playlists made for you (such as Daily Mixes or Discover Weekly) works as the first option you described. This'll remove songs from the personalized playlist and it's taken as you don't like the song, so it'll be removed from future recommended playlists.
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