When you do laundry, you are well aware of the need to place certain colors and fabrics in separate loads. Cottons, whites, colored. This type of segregation of clothes is important as placing certain clothes together can damage them. Reds and whites are a common example of this, as either the colors will run, turning whites pink or the red will be bleached out.
While we have spent the last 3 parts of this series talking about how to share trails, today we go a much different direction: ensuring these users that previously shared, never share. Much like the laundry, we are going to sort them, segregating them in other words, into their unique experiences. If that is the case, we have some questions we need to answer:
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