Roon Core Machine
LENOVO - IdeaPad 3i 14" Laptop - Intel® Core™ i5, 256 GB SSD
Networking Gear & Setup Details
No VPN, direct Ethernet connection to Virgin Media Hub 3.0 Router
Connected Audio Devices
Laptop, IPad, IPhone, Chrome cast devices, Google Home speakers
Number of Tracks in Library
Description of Issue
In a playlist (even one created or copied into Roon) when I select all tracks and tag them the tags are not saved. This issue is the same on iPhone, IPad and also on the core on my laptop.
How did you verify that?
Note: If your playlist contains tacks from Tidal and/or Qobuz, I don’t know how adding tags should work.
After saving the tags in playlist view I returned to the tag view and the number of tracks in the relevant tag had not changed
I could find no way to try to tag tracks in qobuz playlists in roon, so I am trying to tag tracks in a playlist that was created in roon, the tracks were just copied across from a qobuz playlist.
Again, I don’t know how or why adding tracks from Tidal or Qobuz should work. Adding to Tag is only supported for content that is in your library. If this is a Qobuz playlist that you just copied to Roon then none of its content is in your library.
This is not “just” a feature request. It is a request to give priority to the library/non-library issue that creates plenty of problems for other features. It creates difficulties, inconsistencies, and incomprehensible complexities. For starters, it is close to impossible to get library versions of tracks in a (local copy of) Tidal playlists. As a result, tagging can’t be used for plenty of tracks… even if they are in your library, because, often it is not the library-version that you find in yo…
Thank you, yes that would explain things, I really can’t get my head around why Roon does not allow users the option to save tracks from a playlist into their library so they can then then heart or tag them in the playlist…seems kinda obvious thing to have .
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