When I'm in 'discovery' mode and listen to new music, I go through a workflow before I deem a song 'worthy' of going to a playlist of which I re-listen to daily. I usually start by adding tracks to a NEW-GENERAL list.. and then by the end of th week, I go through that list of new found stuff and see which of the tracks I'd love to re-listen to. If they don't get old after a second or third listen, I disperse them to various lists.
I think the following features would make life easier in this workflow but also would save a lot of other users time in performing quick actions:
1. Allow a user to 'cut' a track to another list. What this combines actions: move to another list and delete from source list into one. In my case, I'd cut a track form my NEW-GENERAL and move it, to say, ROCK. This would save me having move first than go back to NG and remove thet rack.
2. Allow the ability to add and/or cut to multiple other lists. This would combine the action of moving a song to one list then moving the same song to another list then deleting the song from the a source list. In order to aid this proces, when you right-click on a track and select cut, you would see a regular fold out of your playlists (like you do when you select 'move to playlist'), but in this case there would be a small checkbox next to each playlists that would allow for multiple selections.
Updated on 2019-07-27
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