[Other] Isolated/separate listing modes

How about being able to separate music you listen to from music that is only played when trying to sleep. The whole end of the year playlist and updates Spotify does when going back to show what we listen to gets thrown off because it continuously plays songs that I sleep too and not those I actually want to hear. There's a lot I listen to and not a lot that I sleep too. But since I play my "sleep"playlist Spotify thinks I love those songs that I play them on repeat. I just would like a sleep mode so it doesn't mix in with all the other playlist Spotify does with the top 100 for example. 

Updated on 2021-06-03

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Jeremy
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Status changed to: New Suggestion

Updated on 2021-06-03

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Jeremy
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Status changed to: New Suggestion

Updated on 2021-06-03

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hamouza
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Doesn't the Private session works like private browsing ? the algorithm doesn't take into consideration what you're listening to while on private session mode. Always thought it does work that way (in addition to the fact that you listening activity is not shared), I'm not sure anymore since no one suggested it in the comments

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