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I accidentally gave a thumbs down to a song I really like. Does anyone know how to undo a thumbs down for a song on Pandora's website?

Edit: I can't reach the song in my immediate history

  • Why can't you reach the song? – cstack Jul 3 '10 at 1:41
  • @sirconnorstack my immediate history. ;) – ahsteele Jul 3 '10 at 18:57
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  1. Go to www.pandora.com
  2. Go to the station in question
  3. Right below station name on the list click "options". Here's an example from one of my stations: musicforhackers.
  4. Scroll down to the section titled " Thumbed-down Songs "
  5. Find the song in question, and delete it from the "Thumbed-down Songs" section.
  6. (iOS app): tap and hold desired thumbs down song for removal - a red 'delete' button will appear.
  • This is true on the website...on a computer. But mobile devices automatically switch to the app or the app download page. I even downloaded Chrome to try and reach the real website. No such luck. – user37178 Mar 27 '13 at 7:55
  • @Felix - You can access Pandora website using Firefox on Android. Make sure you have Adobe Flash installed, then turn on "Desktop mode" or something like that. – Derek 朕會功夫 Aug 20 '13 at 22:06
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I wrote and asked about it to Pandora, this was the reply and it does work.

When you want to edit your station in any way, roll-over the station you'd like to edit, click the arrow next to options, then select Station Details.

On the station page, scroll down and you will see the Thumbs-up and Thumbs-down. By checking the x to the right of the song name, the song will go back go into the neutral pot.

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When you press one of your Pandora stations, there is an "Options" button. Press that and then tap "Station Details". There's a list of Thumbed-down tracks. I was able to select a track i accidentally disliked and like it.

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    This appears to duplicate the answer marked as correct over 2 years ago – John C Jan 15 '13 at 1:32
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Give it a Thumbs Up, if you can reach it in your history.

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    Where can this be found? Try to elaborate a bit more so that the OP understands, but other readers as well. – Jacob Jan Tuinstra Mar 9 '13 at 8:50

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