How to Tell Apple Music That You Don’t Like Specific Recommendations

In Apple Music’s For You section, you’ll see a number of recommended playlists and albums. My recommendations weren’t very good, but there’s a way to tell Apple Music what you don’t like.

In the For You section, you can tap an album and press until you see a (very long) menu. Tap Recommend Less Like This to tell Apple Music that you don’t like their selection.

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This doesn’t remove the album from the For You recommendations, but it should help refine what Apple Music recommends in the future.

6 thoughts on “How to Tell Apple Music That You Don’t Like Specific Recommendations

  1. How about a simple “Thumbs Down” ?? icon instead of the obtuse “Recommend Less Like This”. (like TiVo’s green Thumbs Up and red Thunbs Down – you can have up to 3 thumbs up or down to fine tune your likes/dislikes and it records shows it thinks you’ll like based on your ratings)

    And “Buy” instead of “Show in iTunes Store”.

  2. How about a simple “Thumbs Down” ?? icon instead of the obtuse “Recommend Less Like This”. (like TiVo’s green Thumbs Up and red Thunbs Down – you can have up to 3 thumbs up or down to fine tune your likes/dislikes and it records shows it thinks you’ll like based on your ratings)

    And “Buy” instead of “Show in iTunes Store”.

  3. Didn’t see that option in iTunes either. Perhaps I didn’t look close enough though.

    Suggestions where _terribly_ way off as well (understatement of the day!). One song worth listening, rest was some west-coast Jazz, and just as bad, some Japanese soft/cool jazz. Commercial crap iow. On second try it was a bit better (click more times on the bubbles).

  4. Didn’t see that option in iTunes either. Perhaps I didn’t look close enough though.

    Suggestions where _terribly_ way off as well (understatement of the day!). One song worth listening, rest was some west-coast Jazz, and just as bad, some Japanese soft/cool jazz. Commercial crap iow. On second try it was a bit better (click more times on the bubbles).

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