Move / Delete tracks on Playlist

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    Tony W. - Product Support Manager

    Hi Ben

    Select Edit from the Navigation Drawer in iPhone or Edit at the bottom of the Playlist in iPad. In Android select the Edit (pencil) icon in the Header and you can drag tracks around to edit your playlist order.

     

    As for Question 2, thanks for the feedback and will forward it to our Engineering Team here in the Bluesound Lab for consideration.

    Thanks for #LivingHiFi

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    Ben Townsend

    Thanks Tony

    I am currently using the PC version of the software which does not seem to have that functionality.

    good to know it is available for the android app.

    Regards,

     

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    Frans Knibbe

    I am glad I found this thread, because I have been going mad trying to select multiple tracks. Is it true that it really is not possible? It would seem very basic functionality. 

    Is there any chance that the functionality will be added is the near future?

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    Tony W. - Product Support Manager

    Thank you for the feedback Frans

    We are always looking to improve the experience. Customer feedback is one of our primary sources in doing so. Longtime Bluesound Users hopefully will attest to this.

    Thanks for #LivingHiFi

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    Frans Knibbe

    Well, let me then just state, for the record, that I think the ability to manipulate selections of multiple files would greatly improve the desktop controller. 

    For me, using the the controller on a telephone does not make much sense, because my desktop computer is faster, has a much larger screen and has a proper keyboard.

    Greetings,

    Frans

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    Sup Er Mario

    Hi there,

    I am using Windows version on my PC and I see no option to delete track(s) or move them arrange. I would be astonished if this is not possible as it is a basic Playlist functionality.

    Please let me know how this can be done on Windows version.

    Regards

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  • HI Sup Er Mario

    Right Click (cmd click) the song and you will see a context menu.

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    Sut Jhally

    I have found that the way you introduced the new controller is not at all user-friendly. It took some technical assistance from a software engineer friend to figure out that the new firmware will only work with the new software. After we got that figured out and figured out how to get the player to find the shares, I find the new software to be very finicky. Not only did it delete all my old playlists, so I have to create them from scratch, but it often locks up while I am playing a playlist and I have to restart. Also I am trying to figure out how to delete tracks from a playlist (I am on an IMac) and cannot see anyway to do it. Right clicking the song takes me to a menu where delete is not an option!! I thought you were supposed to make software better, not worse. I am a long-tome user and this version has got me seriously looking at alternatives as I should not be spending hours trying to do basic tasks.

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    Sup Er Mario

    Sut Jhally

    The whole thing is a joke. I am absolutely appalled how bad the software is. I was told in Android to 'click on the pencil in the header' but there is no effing pencil in the header. I cannot delete songs, I can not drag and drop either. I have a home Windows PC, Samsung Galaxy Android phone and Samsung Android tablet. There is no menu or damn pencil to enable me to open the menu or drag and drop songs. I genuinely wish I never heard the word Bluesound in my life. Sonos could be cheaper and potentially it doesn't sounds as good but at least it is usable, this bloody thing is anything but usable.

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