I’ve been adding tracks and albums to Roon since 2016. I used to be able to go to focus and get a list of things I added in, say November to December of 2016. Now, when I try to do this, the options are limited. I can’t go back any further than 2019.
To put it mildly, and as much as I love Roon, this is ridiculous.
Perhaps there is another way around this that I don’t know?
Can anyone tell me how to see the list of albums I added in 2017?
Yes I suppose I could do it like this - work out which ones were added in which year. But man, that is a manual job. The reason why we have computers is so we don’t have to do that! Basically they have undone - or, really, limited - a feature that should apply universally, as it did in earlier versions.
I suggested this to establish the date of your first import (according to Roon.) But now I see that you can only see four years of data using focus… not sure if that’s a regression or last time I used this, I was within four years.
The layout hasn’t changed since I first started using Roon, so it was great for the first four years. Not so much now. My guess would be the UI was originally coded to take up a fixed amount of space rather than paying heed to the fact that that would only work for the first four years.
There seem to be quite a few elements within Roon that follow a similar non-scalable pattern. Here’s another one:
I was hoping to determine if this was the same issue that was reported in the previous thread, there’s a ticket in on this issue. It’s currently in the QA pipeline, though I can’t offer a specific timeline for a fix patch. We appreciate your patience while we work on this.
I’m going to close this duplicate thread and point to the tracking issue thread here: