That flag disappeared after 14 days if I remember correctly, so when adding more music than you have time to listen to, the old flag didn’t really serve a good purpose. If you have time to listen to what you just added, then it worked fine (for me).
I thought this solution would work, but now when quickly testing it I am not so sure unfortunately.
Create focus > Added last week > Played: Never.
Right now it seems to pick today’s date and added it to the focus, which unfortunately is not a very helpful way of focusing here. It should rather be current date minus 7 days (or whatever time frame suits your purpose). This way you could bookmark it and have a dynamically updated bookmark. Right now I believe my book mark with the above focus will just keep on growing to become two weeks, three weeks and so on into eternity.
It’s called “an opinion”. It’s not me saying other people’s wishes are not important. In this case, it’s me saying I don’t think there is enough merit in their wish to do something about it. That’s my opinion. Other people may agree with me or they may agree with them.
Yes, seriously. It’s my opinion…
How hard is it to click on “Home”??? Once you do that, the information is right there. You can then use the back button and go right back to where you were…
It’s a good thing when people describe how this feature was bad for them. I agree that this would be an argument for changing it. I responded to a post saying I didn’t use it but I don’t care if it’s there so that’s a reason not to bring it back.
I’d like this back too. It would seem to fit nicely in the Customise Album Display panel as a toggle.
I’d actually prefer this to persist until an album is played as for me when browsing an artist it would allow me to easily see albums that I have added but omitted to play. I currently work round this by tagging un-played albums as new but it would be nice not to have to use a workaround.
I suspect that my second wish would be more controversial and not meet the needs for everyone but it does seem reasonable for the new banner to be brought back with the option to disable.
True. It’s understandable too in a way, every single wish can’t be a switch, it leads to an infinite number of code paths and a UI full of switches. In this case though, putting the “new” texture on the cover image is most likely not different than putting the “ratings” texture or the “MQA” texture
(Smoke me a kipper, I'll be back for breakfast!)
7 days sounds right to my memory
And with the amount of music I am adding I rarely got to listen to all my newly added stuff within that 7 day window so it was pretty much a redundant badge plastered across my album artwork.
Now IF the new badge had stayed on the album forever until actually played it might be a different story, but it did not so…
Whether it was 7 or 14, the flag certainly did disappear automatically after a relatively short time. I would often add 10 or 15 albums at a time, and the “New” banner would disappear before I got around to listening to the album. I didn’t mind the banner, but because it didn’t stay until album played, it was no real use to me. I tend to use “sort by date added” to see my recent additions.