Paused track that carries over to next Release Radar makes list appear old

Paused track that carries over to next Release Radar makes list appear old

When you pause a Release Radar track on (say) thursday, and the list renews on friday, the track will stay selected as the current track in your Release Radar if that track just so happens to carry over to the newest Release Radar.

 

On first glance you'll appear to just have paused your Release Radar, but when you then continue playing - and the carried over track you paused would be somewhere at the rear of the list - you'd unknowingly skip most new tracks of your newest Release Radar.

 

I would suggest that if a paused song happens to carry over to your newest Release Radar (and I know the odds are tiny but hey), it becomes the first track.

 

 

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Hey @Peterned,

 

Thanks for posting in the Community and apologies for the delayed response.

 

It's quite possible that the algorithm does that as it needs from one to three weeks to register a change of your listening habits and reflect that in the suggestions you receive with your personalized playlists. You can see additional suggestions for improving the algorithm behavior here.  

 

We appreciate you taking the time to share your feedback with us and we'll make sure to pass it onto the right team, as we always strive to improve your experience.

 

Hopefully you'll see if it gets improved but we can't guarantee when or if this will be solved!

 

Cheers!

LyubkaModerator
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