Discover Weekly List overwhelmed with "zen" suggestions

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Discover Weekly List overwhelmed with "zen" suggestions

karissasmith04
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My Question or Issue

I play a looping track at night for sleeping.  Recently, it has become the only thing that seems to influance my Discover Weekly list.  I used to LOVE my discover weekly lists.  I've been playing the same night time sounds for years and it wasn't an issue until the past few months.  My Discover Weekly list is now compleatly unusable.  I don't listen to "zen" sounds during the day and don't need any new ones.  The one i have works great. I'd rather hear new music for daytime or during my workout etc.  This is done through Sonos which doesn't have the option to make it a "private" session that i'm aware of.  Also, based on what I read about that option, i would have to manually remember to toggle back and forth.  That would make Sonos integration fairly useless.

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Re: Discover Weekly List overwhelmed with "zen" suggestions

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Hey @karissasmith04,

 

Thanks for getting in touch!

 

Try using the Like and Dislike feature in the Discovery Weekly to see if that helps.

 

If you want absolutely no sleep music in your Discover Weekly playlist, we recommend toggling on a private session through the Spotify app and then using Spotify Connect to stream to your Sonos speaker. You'll only need to toggle on a Private Session before your session.

 

Hope it helps. Let us know if you have further questions.

 

Have a nice day.

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Re: Discover Weekly List overwhelmed with "zen" suggestions

karissasmith04
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I prefer the controls of the Sonos system when playing music on my Sonos.  Furthermore, the answer you provide kills any home automation that has been set up.  Why partner and integrate if your going to just tell your users not to use the systems anyway.  Lutron does not provide a way to turn on or off private options and neither does Sonos as you must know based on your response to just use the spotify app instead.  Clearly, I did my research and know the private options are a suggestion and did not find this as a satisfactory response.

 

What about if you ask the google home system to play a playlist?  There was a pretty massive project around that in the very recent past.  Would the suggest still be to "use the spotify app and set to to private every single night before you go to bed" rather than the google functionality your company and google just spent dollars and man hours to integrate?

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