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Thread: Add multiple songs to playlists (mark multiple songs to add)

  1. #1
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    Default Add multiple songs to playlists (mark multiple songs to add)

    Pleeeease let me add multiple songs at once to a playlist. I use i real b on stage (i play on a cruise ship in a party band) and to organise 4x sets of 15 songs takes so long when it could literally take 2 minuits.

    You currently have to individually add each song when it could just be a case of marking songs and adding them to a playlist. My other bandmates using onsong and some other ones can make setlists in seconds.

    Just add a simple tick selection to the songs you want to add to a playlist rather than one by one. Please! It cant be such a difficult fix


    Im a massive advocate of i real and have used it for years. This is its only proffessional usage downfall for me.

    Thanks

    Maty0

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    Agreed, that would be very useful!

  3. #3

    Default mark multiple songs to add (or delete)

    I downloaded the Jazz list a second time, because it is larger than the old one I had. Now I have 2500 Songs double, one of each marked with a '1'. I can search them all with search of _1 (space+1). It would be helpful, if I could mark them (single or all in one) and delete the marked ones.
    Last edited by pdxdjazz; 03-03-2019 at 01:09 PM. Reason: Copied here

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    Default Select All function

    When searching for songs of a same artist then adding the search result in a playlist, it would be helpful to have a "select all" function

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    Default Ability to select multiple songs

    Hello,
    I want to select multiple songs in order to put them in a playlist once instead of having to upload one at a time. Maybe have it so holding with two fingers selects the song?

    Thanks for reading!
    Last edited by pdxdjazz; 09-27-2019 at 12:00 AM. Reason: Moved to existing discussion thread

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