Save logs in different log files for different automation

I was wondering if it was possible to save logs into different log files for different automation? As it currently stands, UiPath save the logs of all automation into a single file for a specific day. For instance, if i run robot A and B on 26 october 2020, both logs will be combined and saved into a file named 2020-10-26_Execution. This file is found in the Logs folder by default. Thus, i was wondering if it was possible to have file A for robot A with a file name like 2020-10-26_Exection_RobotA which contains all of robot A logs and file B for robot B with a file name like 2020-10-26_Exection_RobotB for all of robot B logs?

The only thread i’ve found asking similar to my question is here but the replies were unsatisfactory.

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