Getting feedback is one thing.
Applying feedback into your writing is something else.
When I get feedback, mostly from beta readers, I make notes of their feedback and consider what to keep and what to toss and what to save for later.
Frankly, I basically note their feedback and slowly bake it into the story over the next 1-5 days. One cannot suddenly change the whole story, but small or subtle changes can be made.
Sometimes, I also ask follow up questions to understand feedback.
Any feedback that is mentioned more than once receives critical importance as well.
Feedback is good, because, readers can always choose to read a different book! Or watch Netflix or play a video game, etc.