Flow FAQ



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Hi

I noticed that there's no "remove" button on the desktop, there are songs that I don't want to be in the Flow

Is this normal?

Thanks
Katy
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Hi @katys90 please read above about Flow. There is no remove button, but a dislike button in the player 😉
Hi,

People have mentioned this already, but there doesn't seem to be a solution.

When using Flow, the music is randomized but a large number of songs are played over and over from one day to the next. Ie they arent in the same order, but listen one day to the next, the group of songs are very similar.

Dont get me wrong, it is songs I like and are in my favorites (over 500 hundred of them), but when you hear the same 20 or 30 songs every day, I'm starting to get fed up with them. I dont want to use the 'dislike' button as they are good songs, I just want to hear them less frequently.

Does anyone have a solution to this?
I have set up deezer on my amazon echo and it plays more or less the same songs everyday. And I have so many albums and artists in my playlists .... Anyone having the same issue on amazon echo?
Flow worked perfectly in the beggining, discovered so many artists who really suits me. But now it's hard to find something likeable, pressed X a 2000 times to get rid of some genres and now it's really a problem to use this service because X'd tracks appear again. It really pisses me off when songs like this appear because I don't have a single one in this genre with more than 1 listen.

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Hi there, sorry about that. Have you checked if the same is happening on other devices?
I have the same problem - I have 1000's of songs liked and downloaded on my deezer account which I've had for years and it just plays the same 40 ish songs - on my echp and my phone and laptop.
I'd love it to play some random songs!
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hi @gail.hooper.9 while we are happy to pass on your feedback please see above how Flow works and how to improve it 😉
Do skips still affect flow? If so, in what way?

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