Bloating of UI seems inevitable for mega companies, having too many resources working to cram in functionality while at the same time assuming a counter-productive “minimalism” of sorts making it impossible to find your way around. A few notable examples come to mind.
Windows - started off as a quite simple Mac OS ripoff, developed into world domination and has now turned into a incomparable mess of inconsistency and “where is what”
iTunes - great small program the first few years, then they added way too much crap and even though I’m an avid Apple fan since the 80’s I couldn’t even make Apple Music play more than one song on repeat. Where are the playlists? How do I find anything? Impossible to navigate.
Facebook - loved it from the start, hate it more and more for every year. Everything that used to be easy to understand is now just a clutter of ads and “supervised” timeline feeds. On my iPhone it’s just unbearable. The only worse thing I can think of is Google+.
Didn’t mean to hijack the thread
OP: I made a separate “Stockwaves” profile, I can’t remember how I did it other than it was messy, but now it kind of works and it’s definitely better to separate the worlds IMO. Same goes with Facebook. If nothing else because I don’t want to flood my personal contacts with new AJ tracks