Make it visible if a track is already included in one or more of your playlists

It can be frustrating if you want to add a track your playlist but you are unsure if you have already added it to one or more of your playlists.

 

A solution would be to provide visible feedback, if the track is already in any other playlist, whenever one is moving a adding a track to a playlist. For example, while dragging a track to a playlist, all playlists that already include the track could light up in green. This would make it easy to see if you have already added the track to one of your playlists. Another benefit would be that you can avoid the “already added to this playlist” warning because you can see beforehand if a track is included in the playlist. Avoiding this pop-up would improve the overall efficiency of adding tracks to a playlist as these additional clicks would not occur anymore. Improving the visibility of the system status as well as increasing efficiency of use were shown to benefit the overall UX, which is why this change should be implemented.

Updated on 2021-06-02

Hey @MoritzLederer,

 

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Status changed to: Closed - Doesn't Meet Requirements

Updated on 2021-06-02

Hey @MoritzLederer,

 

Thanks for bringing your feedback to the Idea Exchange.

 

We’re closing this idea since it doesn’t meet one of our Idea Exchange guidelines, namely “Checking for existing ideas”.

 

A similar idea has already been suggested here - feel free to add your vote to it!

 

If you think your idea should be considered as separate, feel free to submit it again highlighting how your idea is distinct from the existing one.

 

Cheers!

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