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Automated mixes aren't able to be turned off?

  • 4 September 2021
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Okay so like the title says I would absolutely love it if I can turn that off. I’m not the first or only one to ask for this, I’m sure. I’m not trying to listen to 20 unrelated songs after the original played, and if I want to put the original search result on loop I’m straight up not allowed to do so. I’ve been with this service for at least 4 years and this is a problem that occurred around 6 months ago and I still haven’t found a way around it. 

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Best answer by Rudi 7 September 2021, 18:58

Thank you for the feedback @C0rpsy 

At the moment, our teams hasn't developed an option to disable these recommendations. But it's on our radar and your comments help the discussion internally.

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Yes, here you can see that the basic thing one expects from a streaming service like playing a song, an album, a playlist and yes and end, playing what I choose with not an automatic continuation,is the basic function that should be set as the default. Please turn off automatic continuation after playing the selected file many users have complained to you. thanks

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You get unrelated songs. I did .

Mostly it is because their algorithms seems to be poor. It doesn’t know quite well music repertoire of their 73 Mio tracks. I think Tidal service I use for 3 mo trail has the same problem. They do it a bit better however: if track you play has nothing to suggest, they say playback can not be continued.

Same with Radio, if particular song does not have enough data to create a radio, instead of playing charts like Deezer does, they show that radio can not be even activated. I agree these and radio are such basic functions and they should work. On Spottily it can be turned off, so you hear one track.

Generally it feels, like Deezer must have their job done :)

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Thank you for the feedback @C0rpsy 

At the moment, our teams hasn't developed an option to disable these recommendations. But it's on our radar and your comments help the discussion internally.

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