• Official comment

    Hey all,

    Thanks for the suggestions! We are actively developing the ability for users to create their own playlists, so that definitely coming up. I do know we're currently re-evaluating the search experience and we'll definitely look into remembering past search queries in the search bar.

    @Leica: You can already add songs to your favorite list by simply clicking the heart symbol next to the song's title. You'll then find all your favorited songs inside your 'favorites' list!

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  • Leica

    I was just about to post something very similar - basically would love the ability to have a list of favourited songs.

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  • Slr

    I agree! It would be nice to create playlists, as well as the ability to create a type of set list of recordings and  written music together.

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  • Jim Tarantino

    Multiple lists or set lists or practice lists would be great.

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  • Ross

    Yes totally agree everyone

    When you have 50+ in the Favourites (as I have at the moment) it would be great to sort them in a user defined order.

    Rock Jazz C&W Blues Classic Oldies OR by Artist OR by Best 5,10,15 that you maybe playing at the moment etc etc etc.

    This feature would be very helpful.

    Cheers Ross, a double bass player from New Zealand

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  • Silas Martinez

    Any updates to the official comment from seven months ago that multiple playlists are on the way? I've found at least 4 or 5 requests for some permutation of this feature.

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  • Henry

    Hi everyone,


    Our developers are still actively working on improving these features, but it is a big update which requires significant work. We don't have an ETA yet, but watch this space! Thanks for your patience in the meantime.


    Feel free to reach us at support@chordify.net for any general questions/queries/issues.

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